Registration for this event opens April 1.
“Acrobatic Skills & Performance”
Workshop with Jordan Rosin
4 Consecutive Saturdays, 12pm – 2:30pm, May 12 – June 2, 2018
at Synapsis Nova, 212 G Street, Suite 102, Eureka, CA 95501
This workshop series is open to complete beginners as well as those with an existing basic practice looking to advance. A pre-existing general level of physical fitness is recommended. Adults and teens welcome, ages 12 and up.
Over the course of the each class, there will be a guided warm-up, demonstrations of skills, and time to explore and practice individual acrobatic maneuvers like rolls, cartwheels, headstand, handstands, back bends, as well as partner skills like counterbalance and lifts. Modifications up and down, as well as progressive drills and hands-on spotting may all be offered for ease or additional challenge.
While there will be lots of review and repetition of skills from week to week, themes will vary and may include…
May 12 – Tumbling
May 19 – PopAction / Stunts
May 26 – Acrobatic Partnering
June 2 – Choreography & Composition* (no drop-in except by permission of instructor)
*Participants in the June 2 class will have the opportunity to perform their work for an audience later that day at the 9pm Cabaret at Synapsis.
All participants will be required to sign a waiver of liability. Participants under the age of 18 will need to bring a legal guardian with them to sign on their behalf before attending their first class.
$25 drop-in / $60 for all 4 classes
$20 drop-in / $50 for all 4 classes (Early Bird / Dell’Arte Students / Synapsis Collective Members)
(EARLY BIRD ENDS APRIL 13)
Limit: 10 participants
THIS WORKSHOP IS EXPECTED TO FILL QUICKLY, IT IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED THAT YOU REGISTER IN-ADVANCE.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Jordan Rosin is a physical theatre artist, teacher, and director. He taught recreational gymnastics full-time to children & adults in New York City from 2011-2016 and is now a student in the MFA program at Dell’Arte International. His acrobatic / movement practice is deeply inspired by yoga, animal movement, martial arts, parkour, and Butoh Dance.