Active and Passive Movement – workshop – London 14/7/18

This Dancefight workshop let you know and feel how your mind and body create movement.
It helps you to synchronise with others movements.

You learn to choose the right tool of movement in the right time.
To be passive, when you should flow with…
To be active, when you should lead…

Exercises within this workshop leads you to be aware of passive and active movement in 3 basic aspects:
1. according force
2. according attention
3. relatively to another object

You learn basic characteristics, quality of focus and expand awareness. How it works together, and how to switch between them.

You learn unique techniques to be proactive – how to actively prepared path for the flow of bodywave.

Dancefight synergizes two ancient arts of movement:
Dance and Martial Arts.

We have also a dancefight contact improvisation jam. It’s fun to create and flow through new movements…

More about dancefight: Dance out of your comfort zone


Dancefight & Classic contact improvisation

Dancefight is a new kind of contact improvisation with a ‘fighting theme’.
In dancefight we lead our dance partner differently, you are leading your dance partner off balance, instead of supporting them. Playing with structure increases chaos and creates new positions, new situations and brings new challenges for you… To flow out of your comfort zone is harder than flowing in your favourite patterns. Dancefight is a new way of expressing yourself.
It’s also fun to safely and slowly flow through ‘action scenes’ and get a action experience in a safe dancing environment…

Tibor’s previous workshops:
Superdynamic Movement in Trinity Laban (University of Greenwich) 2018
Flow of Balance in Trinity Laban (University of Greenwich) 2017
Play-fight Tuscany 2017
Play-fight Berlin 2016



Tibor’s blogs

Where does Dancefight come from?

All movers: dancers, warriors and sportsmen are free to create their unique style, however it is universally true for all of us to follow the laws of nature.
Dancefight brings a deeper understanding of these laws in relation to our movement and is a path towards becoming a more effective mover.
It comes with a methodology of how these fundamental aspects of movements develop.

Tibor’s Dancefight draws heavily from ancient Internal Martial Arts such as Russian Systema and Chinese Wing Chun Kung fu. Other inspirations are Dance, especially Break Dance and Hip Hop.
The depth of Tibor’s knowledge also comes from his endless desire to observe, study and develop his own movements…

A source of inspiration for Tibor is Bruno Caverna with his Formless Art: ‘Play-fight’. He felt in love with Bruno’s concept, when he was teaching at Bruno’s events: Play-Fight Workshop in Berlin 2016 and at the annual Play-Fight Camp Tuscany 2017.

Tibor recently ran the Dancefight workshop ‘Flow of Balance’ in Trinity Laban London 2017 and Superdynamic Movement in Trinity Laban (University of Greenwich) 2018