Intro to natural movement / Move
more of yourself* | Workshop | Place: Crop circles

Approximately 90% of our adult lives are spent indoors. Here, we want to offer an alternative to that sedentary lifestyle many of us experience by guiding you through a movement class consisting of simple coordination games, body preparation and guided relaxation. We want to share the joy of movement as a way to inspire folks to feel able and ready to move more. Get outside, take a walk, squat down to pick a blueberry, and maybe hang from a branch. We want to encourage you to see your natural surroundings in a playful and accessible way.

No fitness or special movement training necessary to join! Just wear comfortable clothes and be ready to move with us.

Title: Intro to natural movement / Move more of yourself
Content: Movement workshop
Name of artists: Katie Jacobson & Vincent Van der Plas
Collaboration: Cullberg
Duration: 75 min

Program and tickets:

12 AUG 10.00-11.15 | Intro to natural movement / Move more of yourself* | Workshop | Place: Crop circles BOOK TICKET

13 AUG 10.00-11.15 | Intro to natural movement / Move more of yourself* | Workshop | Place: Crop circles BOOK TICKET

14 AUG 10.00-11.15 | Intro to natural movement / Move more of yourself* | Workshop | Place: Crop circles BOOK TICKET

15 AUG 10.00-11.15 | Intro to natural movement / Move more of yourself* | Workshop | Place: Crop circles BOOK TICKET

19 AUG 10.00-11.15 Intro to natural movement / Move more of yourself* | Workshop | Place: Crop circles BOOK TICKET

20 AUG 10.00-11.15 Intro to natural movement / Move more of yourself* | Workshop | Place: Crop circles BOOK TICKET

21 AUG 10.00-11.15 Intro to natural movement / Move more of yourself* | Workshop | Place: Crop circles BOOK TICKET

22 AUG 10.00-11.15 Intro to natural movement / Move more of yourself* | Workshop | Place: Crop circles BOOK TICKET


Katie Jacobson (b. 1992) is a dancer born in California, USA. She has been working with Cullberg since 2014. Starting as a kid in competitive jazz and tap dance, moving through the modern techniques of the US scene and pop culture, to post modern and contemporary somatic practices, her experience spans paradigms in contemporary dance as well as borderlands between different collectives of taste and power (an equally interesting journey). Throughout, she has nurtured a growing interest in restorative practices, anatomy and training pedagogy, both in technical terms and as an arena for social critique, to question cultures of dominance through their health effects, for example looking at movement patterns or bodily joy vs. trauma. Katie is fiercely dedicated to dance as craft and the incorporation of values such as presence, allyship and compassion.

Vincent Van der Plas joined Cullberg in the summer of 2012 as an apprentice. His apprenticeship was part of his education at Codarts in Rotterdam. Before that Vincent was schooled in De Kunsthumaniora in Belgium.

He has a strong interest in uncut try outs, all elements coming together around one spontaneous idea without knowing the exact outcome. Dealing with the feedback of his choices on the spot. In his daily movement practice not being shy of questioning himself as an artist is embedded in the way he works. Humor is for him the most helpful tool in doing this.

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