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Gaga, the movement language developed by Ohad Naharin

Gaga is a new way of gaining knowledge and self-awareness through your body. Gaga provides a framework for discovering and strengthening your body and adding flexibility, stamina, and agility while lightening the senses and imagination. Gaga raises awareness of physical weaknesses, awakens numb areas, exposes physical fixations, and offers ways for their elimination. The work improves instinctive movement and connects conscious and unconscious movement, and it allows for an experience of freedom and pleasure in a simple way, in a pleasant space, in comfortable clothes, accompanied by music, each person with himself and others.

“We become more aware of our form. We connect to the sense of the endlessness of possibilities. We explore multi-dimensional movement; we enjoy the burning sensation in our muscles, we are ready to snap, we are aware of our explosive power and sometimes we use it. We change our movement habits by finding new ones. We go beyond our familiar limits. We can be calm and alert at once.” – Ohad Naharin


Video: Natalie Portman talks about Gaga in a production interview for the Tomer Heymann documentary Mr. Gaga

Gaga Intensive in Torino

 

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  • Teaching Schedule

    Click on “Read on…” to view the updated teaching schedules in Tel Aviv and New York.


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  • Gaga Intensive Autumn 2015 in Italy

    Gaga is happy to offer a Gaga Intensive in Europe this autumn! Join us in Collegno (Torino), Italy from September 27 – October 3 for a one-week intensive for professional dancers and dance students age 18 and up.


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  • Gaga in the Desert

    Join us for a 3-day Gaga workshop at the beautiful Moa Oasis in Israel’s desert! The workshop will take place Thursday, October 22 – Saturday, October 24 and will be taught by Stefan Ferry and Gili Navot. No prior experience is necessary. To register, e-mail [email protected] or call 050-7900460 (from abroad: +972-50-7900460).


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