DISCOVER THE DANCER IN YOU
Dance: A fun way to work out! Class aims to achieve fluid movement and develop greater flexibility.
Class includes basic contemporary dance technique as well as choreographic exploration. Discover new ways to unleash your talent and stay fit through contemporary dance.
Program: a more advanced technical level and festive choreographies!
The Pleasure of Dancing
Advanced technique classes and choreography that offers some challenges – and always a pleasure.
Technique + alignment
NEW! Inspired by the ballet barre, the class focuses on the acquisition and consolidation of a universal basic postural technique in dance. A good way to find effective alignment, muscle tone, mobility and coordination of all the body’s segments.
Dance to inspire you to move
Choreographic creation workshops are intended for those who wish to express their creativity and imagination through movement.
Explore the movementNEW! This dance improvisation course proposes the exploration of movement in the present moment without pretension and without censorship, based on clear and varied instructions. Whether dancing a solo, in a duet or group, the emphasis is put on personal...
Strength and Flexibility
The Tabletop Pilates (reformer) class strengthens the muscles through effective and gentle progressive exercises that promote strength and flexibility.
Balance and Vitality
With gentle exercises to increase flexibility aimed at muscular and articular structures, this class incorporates breathing principles as well as deep relaxation, all in conjunction with strengthening exercises borrowed from the mat Pilates technique.Fluidity and muscle tone
NEW! Exercises focus on breathing in order to perform movements with strength, precision, control and fluidity, without negative effects on the body. The class is practiced on the floor and may include the use of balloons, rolls or elastics.
Yves Rocray, EDCM Director, appointed ADESAQ President
The student Marie-Maxime Ross receives the Hnatyshyn 2019 grant
Two European choreographers in residency at EDCM on March 2020