Wellness Classes

with Kevin Clark

In a week full of pushing your body to its limits, we always feel that it’s important to offer some health & wellness opportunities to keep you well and in shape. Definitely pencil in a few of these sessions with Kevin to stay on top of your physical condition!

  • 12/27 10:00 - 10:30am Morning Warmup
  • 12/27 4:15-5:15pm Yoga for the Dancing Body - Take care of your aches and pains with a yoga practice designed to align and energize the body. Mats welcome.
  • 12/28 9:00 - 9:30am Morning Warmup
  • 12/28 12:15-1:15pm Stretching and Strengthening for Dancers - Learn and practice some vital exercises meant for maintaining and elevating the dancer's body, and sweat a bit while you're at it. No jeans, thank you. 
  • 12/29 12:15-1:15pm Guided Stretching
  • 12/29 4:00-5:00pm Hard Working Dancers Conditioning - If you're used to working out and looking for new ideas, the next level, or a solid sweat while at camp, you're ambitious, but come take this class anyway. It'll be hard, but good. 
  • 12/30 1:30-3:00pm The Master’s Toolbox: Movement Research - This class focuses on developing tools for dancers who feel stuck bridging the gap between qualities they see and understand but lack methods to access. We will explore some of the tools in the Masters toolbox that are vital to every artist. All welcome. 
  •  12/31 12:15-1:15pm Long Week Wind-down - Giving your body some TLC is vital for your health, happiness, mind, energy, and it feels great too. Treat yourself and your tired feet and come wind down before you welcome the new year. Comfy clothes recommended. Wine not included.

ABOUT KEVIN: Kevin Clark is a dancer, teacher, and choreographer based in New York. He began competing and performing nationally and internationally, co-running the Albuquerque Lindy scene, and teaching for many years as a Lindy hopper before finding Modern, Contemporary, Flamenco, and Ballet. He graduated BFA honors from UNM's Dance dept., and since has performed and taught at Jacob's Pillow, the Santa Fe opera, NYU's Tisch and Gallatin schools, and other NYC staples and performance companies. He is currently artistic director of Soluq Dance Theater and is working with Israel's Batsheva Dance company. His love for Lindy Focus knows no bounds.