August 15, 2015


Axis Syllabus: Universal Motor Principles.

These classes draw from the latest understandings in anatomy, biomechanics, physics, and other related disciplines to offer an integrated movement training that seeks collaboration with the structures of our body. Through specific inquiry, observation, and practice, the body is re-patterned to unleash reflexive kinetic potential while reducing the risk of injury and repetetive strain. 


Classes are $10-$20 sliding scale.



Also check out these other classes at the Finnish Hall:

Monday Axis Syllabus Work Group 

led by an alternating cast of teacher candidates



Wednesday Axis Syllabus Class with Sebastian Grubb



And The Axis Syllabus website here:




June 30, 2015


Contact Partnering: The Loading Docks

taught by Daniel Bear Davis and Sebastian Grubb

September 12-13, 2015. 11am-2pm.

Finnish Hall in Berkeley

$35 one day/ $60 both days

To register send payment to via PayPal or email to make other payment arrangements.


In this workshop we will use the concept of "Loading Docks" to detail partnering options from beginning to advanced. The LDs are areas of the body that can be utilized to offer dynamic and versatile support in weight sharing scenarios, creating lifts and flight with less effort and more freedom. Daniel and Sebastian are both certified Axis Syllabus Teachers with many years of experience in Contact Improvisation, bodywork, fitness training, and dance performance. This will be a fun, accessible, and at times athletic workshop with plenty of anatomical and physics-based considerations to inform healthy and creative dancing.


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