Ori Flomin will teach a Movement, Healing and Creativity workshop

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Tictac Art Centre

Les 22, 23, 24, 25 & 26 avril 2024

Ori Flomin will teach a Movement, Healing and Creativity workshop

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Ori Flomin

Ori Flomin will share a one week Shiatsu inspired workshop at Tictac Art Centre.

“In this workshop we will explore the moving body through dance and Shiatsu (Japanese pressure-point bodywork) to promote the natural flow of energy in our body and find creative paths. Through the healing aspects of Shiatsu, and improvisations inspired by the five elements theory (Earth, Water, Wood, Metal and Fire) we will open our minds and dancing bodies to uncover new creative approaches.” -Ori Flomin

Ori is known to approach his teaching as a dialogue with the dancers and include the use of imagery and humor to allow the dancers to relate personally to the given information and find their own voice through the experience in the workshop.

Ori Flomin started performing in his parents living room in Israel, before landing in NYC, where he has been dancing, living, surviving, and thriving since 1989. He holds an MFA in Dance from Tisch School of the Arts, NYU. His choreography has been presented at various NYC venues and abroad at other continents. He has been commissioned work for dance companies and universities across the US. His teachings of dance, Yoga and Shiatsu massage have taken him around the globe to international festivals, schools and companies as PARTS, Impulstanz, London Contemporary School, Sasha Waltz, Circuit Est, NYU, Movement Research to name a few. He performed in works of choreographers Stephen Petronio, Maria Hassabi, Neil Greenberg, Molissa Fenley, among others.


Les 22, 23, 24, 25 & 26 avril 2024


Le workshop a lieu du 22 avril au 26 avril de 14h30 – 18h30.


Tictac Art Centre

Rue Émile Carpentier, 34

1070 Anderlecht – Brussels


Tout public

Prix d'entrée / Participation


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Language(s) of the activity : english


Tictac Art Centre

Tictac Art Centre is the artistic home, initiated and directed by David Zambrano and Mat Voorter. In it’s 5 years of existence, it is respected and known by contemporary dancers and performers all over the world. The main focus of Tictac is the transmission of creative methods for performance and visual arts. The centre is offered to international artists with innovative ideas and who are willing to share those ideas in frames of weekly workshops, raw performances and visual art exhibitions. Tictac is also the main scene where David Zambrano himself continues sharing his artistic and pedagogic work.

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