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on the shoreline in Ostend, level with De Drie Gapers.
Boulevard De Drie Gapers
On the beach at Ostend, on the shoreline as the tide is going out
This is a form of pop-up dance. It will not be announced. The audience are casual passers-by and a few cameras. It is all about connecting with yourself, nature and others on the theme of gratitude. There is no music; we move to our collective inner rhythm and the sounds of the waves. Would you like to join in? A movement phrase with eight movements is all you need to learn, and the structure of the dance. Welcome!
Ann Cailliau has been a dancer, choreographer and dance teacher since 1989 (with a Licentiate degree in Physical Education from the KULeuven). After 20 years of teaching experience (mainly at Wisper in Leuven), she took a break, only to start back up again in the middle of the pandemic, with a renewed energy for helping people connect to themselves, nature and others through dance.