Professional Dance
TRAINING
Monday to Friday 11am-12:30pm

Check what ONGOING PRODANCE TRAINING we have coming up!

We want to encourage dancers to make Yoga an integral part of their training!
DUO OFFER: 1 x YOGA + 1 xPRO-DANCE TRAINING for £16

To reserve a space in the Yoga class please write to hello.tripspace@gmail.com you can pay for this class on the door , it’s £8.
If you can not make it please tell us in advance so the space becomes available for someone else.
Thank you.

Vivian Triantafyllopoulou

facilitates ProDance Training

Time Time

11am-12:30pm

Date Date
7th-10th March
Price Price

£8

In the ‘Energy and Flow’ class we will start by discovering and developing our personal way of moving through improvisation and guided tasks and will then move onto set choreographic material based on floor work technique.
We will work towards awaking body connections in order to play with the quantity and quality of our energy to find the flow in our movement. We will practice body totality, presence as well as developing our strength.
This workshop challenges the physicality of the body, as well as the exploration of rhythms and speed. We aim to find efficiency in movement, especially in moving in and out of the earth, clarity and details. Expression and creativity are key points in our work, as well as the connection with the group and the ideas of self and togetherness. And most of all, in this workshop we want to rediscover one of the most amazing things: the joy and passion of dance itself!

Bio

Vivian Triantafyllopoulou comes from Greece and studied contemporary dance in Trinity Laban in London. She continued as a chosen member of the ‘Akram Khan Experiment’ and then she joined Jasmin Vardimon 2 professional development course, where she performed a national tour with pieces from AΦΕ, Vinicius Salles and Jasmin Vardimon
Since then she has performed with Bittersuite , Vinicius Salles , Fernanda Prata, Ben Judd and Dionysios Tsaftaridis, Emily Robinson Dance, Follow Through collective, Olga Spyraki and others. She was also a dancer for Melanie Lomoff in The Lowry and Rambert choreographic project. Vivian was also a dancer and choreographer’s assistant for Hagit Yakira’s community project ‘On Falling and Recovery’ and rehearsal director for Hagit’s project Dance for Platinum at Royal Albert Hall (2018).
She has performed in theaters like Royal Opera House, Richmix, Sadler’s Wells, The Place, Nothern Ballet and others.
She passionately teaches dance, dance theater and improvisation to kids, adults and professionals following safe and inclusive practices. She has taught for leading organisations such as Trinity Laban, The Place, City Lit, Greenwich Dance and others. Vivian is the founder of workshops ; ‘Energy and flow’, a contemporary dance workshop and ‘Movement waves’ an outdoors community improvisation workshop-usually happening by the sea!
She created her own dance company in 2019 and her works have been supported by Tripspace, Chisenhale Dance, Arts Council England, Dance Cultural Center and others.

Aurore Vigneron

facilitates ProDance Training

Time Time

11a,-12:30m

Date Date
TBC
Price Price

£8

Aurore delivers well built and complete contemporary classes combining both technical and creative aspects directly influenced by her performer’s and choreographer’s career. Students are guided to find their own unique way of moving supported by improvisation, floor work and complex materials. They are also invited to explore and experience their physicality through principles such as volume and flow while playing with the concept of dynamics into movement in relation to music. Aurore’s commitment is to share an exciting learning process using supportive encouragement to give her students a sense of freedom and challenge as well as offering a safe place to experience movement in an emotional, passionate and energetic way.

Bio

For 10 years now, Aurore has been a teacher in Contemporary and Jazz Dance at the Institut des Arts du Music-Hall in Le Mans (France). Every year, Aurore trains students to the Jazz variations imposed by the French Ministry for Culture, Media & Sport. Aurore is a contemporary teacher at Dance College London and is invited to teach at many contemporary workshops on both sides of the Channel.
Aurore began her professional training with Anne-Marie PORRAS at the Artistic Center EPSEDANSE in Montpellier where she studied Contemporary, Jazz and Ballet. In 2010, she completed her training with the Compagnie Junior MONDAP’ART, directed by Marco CATTOI.
A year later, she joined La Licorne Company directed by Alain GRUTTADAURIA and remained there for five years. During that time, Aurore was invited to collaborate with Emilio CALCAGNO in Paris and she travelled around Europe to discover the work of major contemporary choreographers. She also had the opportunity to meet Akram KHAN on the Kaash creation. Inspired by this encounter and excited to be at the heart of different choreographic worlds, she decided to move to London. Since then, she has worked with choreographers and art directors such as Henry OGUIKE and Nicole BACHMAN.
In 2016, she made her first steps as a choreographer with her creation Breathe. In 2019, Aurore and Isabel Alvarez started the AYENAI PROJECT behind the piece Living Here showcased at Resolution Festival 2019 at The Place and at Vault Festival 2020.

Bea Calzado & Theo Arran

facilitate ProDance training

Time Time

11am-12:30pm

Date Date
Price Price

£8

The class will focus on how improvisation tasks can allow for abstract forms of expression. Our interest is in how the body can express information otherwise not accessible in words, how obscured body language can communicate something tacit.
Classes will begin with mobilisation tasks, exploring isolations through the body, finding new pathways and rhythms and investigating tension as a means of expression. This will be followed by crossings aimed to develop the vocabulary available, offering ways in and out of the floor and exploring our connection to gravity.
The class will either end in a longer improvisational task based on communicating more specific situations through muscular tension (as used in our research for the work in progress ‘Facing North’ i.e. how we communicate fragility through shaking or lifelessness through tension) or with material, on top of which our explorations can be applied.
Bea’s artistic practice that will be explored has been influenced by artists such as Lali Ayguadé, Marina Mascarell and Michael Keegan-Dolan.
Theo’s artistic practice has been influenced by artists including Sita Ostheimer, Sofia Nappi and Ben Wright

Bio

Bea’s artistic practice that will be explored has been influenced by artists such as Lali Ayguadé, Marina Mascarell and Michael Keegan-Dolan.
Theo’s artistic practice has been influenced by artists including Sita Ostheimer, Sofia Nappi and Ben Wright