In this class, dancers will explore the origins of modern dance through the technique of Isadora Duncan, which focuses on freedom, flow and spontaneity, fosters creativity and connection with others and the self, including an emphasis on musicality.
Open to all levels.
About Jennifer Sprowl:
Artistic Director of Duncan Dance Chicago and a founding member of the Isadora Duncan International Symposium, Jennifer Sprowl was a principal dancer of the Isadora Duncan Dance Company, NYC, and trained directly with Duncan dance luminaries Lori Belilove, Hortense Kooluris, and Julia Levien.
A specialist in dancer conditioning, injury prevention, and pre/post rehabilitation, Sprowl is a graduate of the Ohashi Institute of Shiatsu, is certified in Active-Isolated Stretch/Strength, and is trained in LifeStretch. She currently serves on the faculty of Chicago Movement Collective.
Jennifer is a teaching artist at the Joffrey Academy and is a faculty member of Chicago Movement Collective. She frequently lectures on the history of Isadora Duncan at Roosevelt University Chicago, and conducts regular masterclasses nationally and internationally.