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The Authentic Relating Games gives us a chance to experiencemeaningful connection with others. These games are fun, interactive, exploratory tools that help us relate to ourselves andthen share it with others. We are given the opportunity to open ourselves up and be vulnerable in the presence of others. We areencouraged to speak our truth and be our authentic selves.
We will put this practice into our contact dance and see how itshapes our experiencence of the dance.

 

Irina Trippel (D)

Irina is a cultural pedagogue, dancer and networker born in Kirgistan, based in Freiburg. Her passion goes for collaborative projects that connect meaningful interaction with the body as an artist, group sharing practices and various body-mind connecting practices.
A major interest of her is it to unite the necessary dialogue between feeling and thinking as well as experiencing and reflecting.

She is practicing and researching within the field of human body language since 8 Years. Her bachelor thesis  „Contact Improvisation- percieving, moving and creating in relationships“ brought her a deeper and wider understanding of the origin of the form.
And by now she is massively inspired to contribute to its continues shaping.