Content of the workshop: Tanya and Nicolas propose through Afro-Cuban drums rhythms the exploration of rhythms and movement. They have a very playful approach starting from simple movements and rhythms and gradually building more complicated and faster sequences though keeping everyone on board.
Fun and laughter guaranteed!
Duration of the workshop : 1 hour
For whom ? Elderly, disoriented and disturbed persons
Price : €150
The animators :
Born July 22, 1980 in Santiago de Chile into a family of musicians, Nicolas Siriany is a dancer, musician and journalist.
Graduated in social communication and journalism in 2007 at the University of Santiago de Chile, Nicolas Siriany has been dedicated since 2010 to the study of Cuban dance practice and their transmission to the public of all ages. He continues this training in Santiago, Chile, Cuba and then Brussels.
In 2011, he runs a weekly workshop of activities (mainly movement) and radio creation for children from 6 to 9 years old at the Pablo Neruda Rural School of Villa Ortega, Patagonia, Chile.
Since 2012, he has been teaching Cuban and Latin dances in different Belgian cities: Brussels, Braine l’Alleud, Mechelen, Antwerp, Leuven and Hasselt. Since February 2015, he has been a facilitator with Transe-en-danse, which uses the language of dance and nonverbal to promote awareness of intercultural, inter-gender and intergenerational dialogue. This work is developed in schools and reception centers for asylum seekers in Belgium.
Exploring the interpersonal relationship, he has an intercultural agent training that emphasizes the interpersonal and collective relationship. He also trains himself at Drlst.org in the technique of dance and rhythm therapy called primitive expression.
Nicolas Siriany is the creator and moderator of the Dance, Rhythm and Voice Workshop, which takes place once a week in the Stress Clinic at the Brugmann Hospital in Brussels. The main goal is to get patients to reconnect with the pleasure of playing, dancing, singing and vibrating together. The guides in this journey are rhythm, dance and voice. The workshop is based on the principles of an art-therapy technique called Primal Expression (more info on www.drlst.org) and it combines games, interactions, music, songs and dance from different traditions.
In 2016, he founded in Belgium the dance school Camina Dance (http://www.caminaasbl.org/) which main objective is the meeting through art, to invite to a collective journey through dance, rhythm and music with a social commitment.
Tanya Galibus is a dancer, dance and yoga teacher. Her practice is based on research through dance and movement as a means of connecting to the present moment. She has a predilection for Afro-Cuban dance and traditional Indian dance.
She learned Indian dance Bharatanatyam, Sanskrit and yoga first in Minsk, her hometown in Belarus, and continued her training for 4 years in India in Kalakshetra by obtaining a first class diploma (Bharatanatyam dancer and teacher) and the highest distinction. She has developed her knowledge of yoga at the International Shiva Yoga Kendra Yoga Training and Research Center under the guidance of G. Parthasarathy (Shivananda Yoga Style) and is a graduate in Yoga Therapy and Training. From 2011 to 2017, she taught Indian dance at her own Indian dance school in Minsk.
She began her Afro-Cuban dance training in 2006 in Minsk and became a Salsa Cubana (Minsk) choreographer and Afro-Cuban dancer and Rumba teacher in collaboration with the LVDS (India, Bangalore), Swingers (India Chennai) schools.
Between 2012 and 2017, she completed her training in Afro-Cuban dance under the direction of many teachers. She was an artistic director, teacher, dancer and animator in Afro-Cuban and Afro-Brazilian dance at Candela School (Minsk, Belarus).
Between 2015 and 2017 she trained in African dance and in 2016 she studied the songs and rhythms of Brazilian orishas in Salvador de Bahia (Brazil)
Since 2017, Tanya has been teaching in Brussels in the Camina Dance School of Dance (https://www.caminaasbl.org/).
She teaches Afro-Cuban dance classes, Afro-Brazilian dance, yoga, martial arts, Indian dance, body ballet, street dance.
Tanya Galibus is the moderator of the Dance, Rhythm and Voice Workshop, which takes place once a week in the Stress Clinic at the Brugmann Hospital in Brussels. The main goal is to get patients to reconnect with the pleasure of playing, dancing, singing and vibrating together. The guides in this journey are rhythm, dance and voice. The workshop is based on the principles of an art-therapy technique called Primal Expression (more info on www.drlst.org) and it combines games, interactions, music, songs and dance. different traditions.