The “Bewegte Start in den Tag” (Start the day Moving) is our morning format that offers a free training session twice a week, on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9 to 10 am, for professionals and beginners of all disciplines. The idea is to create a long-term offering that allows everyone to get an active start to the day together and get to work full of energy in the co-working space, or simply make some new contacts over a coffee. Our goal is to create a changing, interdisciplinary offering that reflects the diversity of the FREIRAUM community and encourages even more exchange. The schedule for each month can be found here, as well as through our social media channels, and in our mailing list.

Please register at least one day in advance via freiraum[at]benjriepe.com, as places are limited.

Every Tuesday and Thursday from 9 to 10 am at the große ATELIER of FREIRAUM

In September and October with:

27. & 29.09 – Kati Masami Menze – Breath & Movement
04. & 06.10 – Darwin Diaz – Yoga
11. & 13.10   – Hanna Maxi Schumacher – Kundalini Yoga
18. & 20.10 – Katarzyna Kozielska – Morning Energizer
25. & 27.10 – Dawna Dryhorub – Flexibility Training

 

Every Tuesday and Thursday from 9 to 10 a.m. in the FREIRAUM’s große ATELIER.

This month with:

Robert Schulz – Practicality in Movement
Kati Masami Menze – Breath & Movement
Carolina Rüegg – Breath and Voice
Hanna Maxi Schumacher – Kundalini Yoga
Alfonso Bordi – Floor Bar und Yoga

Here are the latest instructors:

Alfonso Bordi

“Floor bar” is an isometric bodywork developed for dancers with the aim of isolating and strengthening the (mostly internal) muscles needed for stabilization in dance and everyday life. It contains elements from yoga and Pilates.

Carolina Rüegg

In the “Soul Voice” method, you don’t need to have any musical or singing skills to enter into the healing pleasure of sound.
We let our own sound guide us and do not interfere by judging our voice. “Soul Voice” or the voice of the soul is a profound process of bodywork in combination with your own voice.

Darwin Diaz

This class puts the emphasis in the breath as a tool to achieve deeper awarness of the body. Through continious breathing and moving we prepare the body to be able to move in an organic way. This training combines two techniques: Hatha Yoga and Release Technique. By combinig the knowledge of Hatha Yoga and Release Technique we explore and experience the unity of body and mind. We develope consciousness for standing on the feet, in how to go into and out of the floor using as less muscular energy as possible. We encourage the instincts and body intelligence to open new dimentions and possiblities of moving.

Deepanwita Roy

As a contemporary movement artist and trained biotechnology engineer, Deepanwita aims to create impact on an environmental, social and personal level. She focuses on the exploration of inner movement. A risk-taker who loves nature, she often steps out of her comfort zone and experiments with her ideas, connecting her practice to social and environmental issues. She strives to evolve Indian movement practice and create a sustainable structure that connects art and nature.

Elisa Marschall

The breath is the bridge between body and mind. When we are able to breathe calmly and consciously, our entire nervous system is equally relaxed and serene. Through conscious breathing we are able to observe our own emotions without letting them overtake us. This simple knowledge exists in our society in its theory but is rarely integrated in everyday practice. Therefore, in this yoga class we will consciously focus on our breathing in combination with the movement sequences, with the goal of exploring and, in the best case, feeling the unity of body, mind and spirit.

Hanna Maxi Schumacher

“Kundalini Yoga” is a simple and dynamic form of yoga that leads you to yourself and your power in a fast way. With the help of breath, movement and mantras you activate your strength and can then start the day strengthened and focused.

Katarzyna Kozielska

“Morning energizer “
A 60 minute workout training with Katarzyna Kozielska.
Activities to increase your energy and focus. Good Energizers are great for boosting your energy levels throughout the whole day. When you exercise, your body releases chemicals called endorphins. These endorphins interact with the receptors in your brain that reduce your perception of pain.

Kati Masami Menze

A 60-minute session to activate your body, based on the practice of “Gyrokinesis”®. As a perfect start to the day, we will mobilize the spine and the whole body through breathing and gentle but organically complex twists.

Marcela Ruiz

I invite you to remind us that we all have a body and we can all move, this basic idea, could make us aware that we are all in a constant state of movement and this state is inherent in each of us, this elemental idea, is the root of what I consider dance and the essence of my class.

Robert Schulz

Robert Schulz works freelance as a performer, dance educator, dramaturge and project manager. In the context of “Start the day moving” he gives insights into his physical practice, which helps him daily to prepare physically and mentally for the challenge of a complex artistic everyday life.