Content of the workshop:

“Color World Games”are artistic and philosophical workshops to support the development of the participant, encouraging to get to know oneself better and to developing his expressiveness.

Over the sessions, we evolve around the 5 elements that surround us : air, water, fire, earth, space.

By connecting to the nature of the elements, we allow our own nature to display its expressiveness.

Through creativity, we explore techniques such as dance, theatre, mime, yoga, play, meditation, massage … as well as sculpture, drawing, painting, calligraphy, collage, weaving…

All these elements create a dynamic where everyone is simultaneously actor and creator.

Space – duration : Minimal space 40 m2

5 days – 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (with an hour-long break at noon) – 6 hours of animation

For whom? Children between 3 and 6 years old

Children between 6 and 9 years old

Children between 9 and 12 years old

Children between 6 and 12 years old


Number of participants : maximum 12 participants


Material provided by the organizers:

  • Plastic arts: Brushes, small pots for water / Straws / Feathers / Balloons / Tarpaulin (ground protection)
  • Body Arts: Parachute / Scarves / Bullets / Blankets


Materials needed on site : Clay / Watercolors / A3 – 220gr sheets of paper + shimmering paper / Charcoals/ Fixative / Inks, ecoclines


2 animators: Ana Diaz Ramirez & Claudia Nunes

Ana Diaz Ramirez

Facilitator – Social cohesion – Sensory development of the child

Socio-cultural artistic facilitator certified in group management, Ana works on various communication and expression supports, such as dance, theater, games and visual arts.

She has been practicing for ten years with very diverse groups (toddlers, primary, extracurricular, disabled or able-bodied, parents and children …), and collaborates with different organizations such as Badje, part 06, Le Wiels ( Center for Contemporary Art), AKDT (Royal Academy of Arts of Libramont), Festivals in Brussels (Super-Mouche, 0>> 18, Carte de Visite, Baby May…)

Since her training at the CFA (Center for the training of animators) and other more ad hoc training such as storytelling and dancing for toddlers, she continues to train and to deepen other techniques and approaches related to the body, and personal development such as :

  • Transactional Analysis at CFIP (Center for Training and Psychosociological Intervention)
  • Psychomotricity at ABPA (Belgian Association of psychomotricians trained in Aucouturier Practice)
  • Body psycho training at Liloco

She is member of the international Danza Duende network as well as as a Life Coach at the LCA Academy.


Claudia Nunes

Aerial Circassian – Theatrical Dancer – Nomadic Researcher – Pedagogue and Therapist in Sensitive Body Methods

In 1992, she trained at the National School of Circus Arts in Brussels with a specialization in aerial techniques. Punctual and intensive training also complement her learning (Circus, Dance, Singing, Theater, Clown, Tai Chi, Neuroscience, …)

Then, long and in-depth training enriched her knowledge and broadened her skills in Sensitive Body Methods (Pilates, Yoga, Awareness Through Body).

Also, since 2011 and still today, she assiduously studies Danza Duende and Choreophony.

From 1994, she created in collective or solo, shows and small forms mixing the Scenic, Plastic and Digital Arts. Her creations visit poetic, sensitive and touching universes linked to the depths of being.

Since 1994, in addition to the shows, she has run various workshops for amateurs and professionals of all ages in various European countries.

She gives lessons and internships to toddlers and young children, adolescents and adults (Circus, Dance, Yoga, Aerial Techniques, Pilates, Stretching, “Research and Scenic Creativity”, Free Duende. Body & Soul, …)

As a therapist, since 2010, she has accompanied children, adolescents, adults, seniors and families in individual sessions.

She develops personal skills by creating a system composed of physical, artistic and philosophical methods allowing to get to know each other better through anatomical observations, postures, exercises in situational exercises, spontaneous dances, rhythm, musicality, and interpretation games. They are based on several axes: creativity, attention, concentration, relaxation, breath and knowledge of body and mind.


Some photos of the course: see photos