Waterdance (WaTa) 1, Brussels (BELGIUM) 09-14/02 2024
WATERDANCE 1 COURSE DESCRIPTION
WaTa (WasserTanz, WaterDance) was developed in 1987 by the Swiss Arjana C. Brunschwiler and Peter Schröter. WaTa is an advanced aquatic work technique in which the recipient is - with the help of a nose clip - gradually brought underwater in a three-dimensional experience without gravity.
Working with the breath calms the person, the body relaxes and apneas are stretched effortlessly during the session, always adapted to the ability of the person receiving.
The result is a liberation of movements in the water, thus creating a form of underwater dance.
Waterdance's movements are sometimes reminiscent of Japanese Aikido, classical ballet, swimming dolphins and sometimes even the cradling of the foetus in the womb, constantly evoking a dancing, even playful element.
The body is animated by a wave-like movement, the sequences on the surface and underwater follow each other according to the recipient's breathing rhythm.
Waterdance helps release major physical and emotional tensions. It can cause a space-time displacement in which altered states of consciousness and a feeling of deep relaxation arise. Impressions of pleasure and joy often appear.
Waterdance is a form of body and energy technique that combines play, dance, fluidity and harmony.
Waterdance is aimed at all those who wish to be accompanied underwater, to surrender to the power of breathing and the joys of dancing underwater.
- In-person training: 50 hours
- Number of credits: 6D
Any of these courses:
– WaTa Fundamentals
– Basic Seminar
– Aquasoma® Intro (Aquasoma® Foundation highly recommended)
– Watsu Basic (Watsu Transition Flow highly recommended)
– Healing Dance 1.
Note on arrival and departure:
We recommend that you arrive at least 30 minutes before the start of your course in order to finalize your registration and familiarize yourself with the facility. The daily timetable of the course will be communicated to you on the first day (generally every day from 9:00 to 18:00, with a lunch break).
We need all the hours, so please do your best to arrive on time and plan your return so you don't have to leave before the end of the course.
What to bring:
– Recommended clothing: comfortable clothes for land classes.
– 2 swimsuits, lycra cap, pool slippers, towel/bathrobe, as well as products for the shower and skin care.
– One -one and a half liter plastic or metal bottle of water.
– Mineral salts to help rehydration.
– Notepads and pen.
Cancellation does not entitle you to a refund of your deposit.
In the event that the minimum number of students is not reached, the organisation reserves the right to postpone or cancel the course.
In case of cancellation by the organisers, the entire deposit will be refunded without further compensation.
If the course is postponed, the deposit will be refunded to the students who request it.
For those who come from far away or who do not want to commute, it is possible to spend the night in the classroom, with access to a kitchenette (fridge, microwave, kettle, dishes) and the provision of a floor mattress (futon); there are cushions to sit on but no real pillows. Please bring a sleeping bag or duvet.
The cost is 10 euros per night.
Tea, herbal teas and coffee (French press) are available on site.
Otherwise, there are several BnB options nearby.
Bus 37, 38, 41, 43, 70, 75
Tram 4, 92 (Héros stop)
Tram 51 (Xavier de Bue stop)
Nearest Villo station n. 242 (Maison Communale d'Uccle)
The places available are limited to guarantee all participants the best personalized attention from the instructor.
Registrations are accepted in order of arrival.
Registration is valid only upon receipt of the deposit (or the full participation fee) and the registration form duly completed with all the personal data requested.
The balance must be paid on the same day of the start of the course in cash.
We are unable to accept credit cards or cheques.
Professional, highly effective -yet fun- instructors' teaching during course hours.
Certificate of participation issued by the International School of Watsu.
Training material (video, course manual).
Fee for the use of the course venue.
- Travel expenses, food and accommodation (see 'ACCOMMODATION' section for details).