Movement Playground with Priyabrata Panigrahi


EVERY Sat & Sun 8.00 - 9.15 AM


What: Movement Playground with Priyabrata Panigrahi
WHEN: EVERY Sat & Sun | 8.00 – 9.15 AM
FEES: Rs. 2400/month
Rs 400 drop-in.

Classes will take a break on Nov 17, 2019.
Monthly classes will resume from Jan 2020.

As it’s famously said , ‘A healthy mind resides in healthy body’, ‘Movement Playground’ is a practice that offers everyone a deeper understanding of their bodies while increasing it’s mobility range. It will offer an insight into correct alignment and develop kinesthetic intelligence to improve one’s quality of movement. The nuanced strengthening work will work towards developing freedom and find newer possibilities in one’s usable range of motion. Classes will identify the existing weakness in the body, that maybe leading to restricted range of motion and correct it by working on localised muscle and joint strengthening.

Facilitated by Priyabrata Panigrahi, Movement Playground will offer increased body control, improved flexibility, strength and increased joint mobility. If you are keen to physically train through a system of self understanding and push your limits by being involved in locomotion, animal flow and challenge yourself physically, Movement Playground will offer you that space.

Priyabrat Panigrahi is a trained contemporary dancer, choreographer and performing artist from Bangalore, India. He formally started his dance training in year 2011, with the diploma in movement arts and mix media course, at the Attakkalari Centre For Movement Arts, Bangalore. He has had an intensive training in Kalaripayattu, Bharatnatyam, Contemporary dance, Ballet, Pilates, Flying low and Light design. He secured distinction and then decided to pursue his training further in P.A.R.T.S contemporary dance school in Brussels in 2013. Here he studied ballet for contemporary dancers, contemporary technique classes, release technique, floor work, contact improvisation, composition classes, Forsythe’s improvisation technology, Trisha brown early work, flying low and passing through by David Zambrano.

He has worked extensively with the community, amateur dancers and students of dance, both as a facilitator and a choreographer. He is currently a part of the Citizens of Stage Co Lab.