Thursday, September 25, 2014

Teaching Applicaton

Do you want to work closely with artists such as Jill Parker, Anasma, Samantha Emanuel, Olivia Kissel, Eva Chacón, Philippa Moirai or Hilde Canoodt? Teaching application is open from today till October, 31st. Fill the form and be ready to live an nunique experience joining the Tribal Art Festival
teachers team.
Find all the information about the process HERE.

Wednesday, August 13, 2014

2.015 edition instructors

Finally, we are proudly to announce the amazing line up for Tribal Art 2015. Next edition´s main subject will be  "Origins", so our desire has been  to bring  representative names as Jill Parker, tribal fusion mamma, Olivia Kissel and Eva Chacón, to these big names we add, as Tribal Art 2014 attendees´s request,  Samantha Emanuel & Anasma. And we will count also with Philippa Moiriai and Hilde Cannoodt.
 Stay tunned for more  info.

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Tribal Art 2014 Video Resume

A beutiful compilation of Tribal Art 2104 moments. Be ready, becasue tomorrow we will announce the amazing teachers line up for the second edition. March, 30 to April, 5 2015, save the date!!!

Thursday, July 31, 2014

Tribal Art Show, Teachers Choreography

Tribal Art produly presents the wondeful choreography created by Anasma, Alexis Souhtall, Kami Liddle, Idhun, Manca Pavli,Piny Orchidaceae, Samantha Emanuel & Tjarda, thanks for such a wonderful gift.

Thursday, June 26, 2014

Tribal Art Festival 2015

Tribal Art would like to thank everyone who came to the festival for their support in the workshops,shows & activities and for the wonderful feedbacks and messages, you give us energy for the next edition. And thanks to our wonderful teacher´s team  who give the 150% in their workshops and in a magical & unique show.

We are working on the second edition, to be held from March, 30th to April, 5th, 2015. So mark the dates in your calendar. Soon all the info about the amazing cast of teachers we are working on.

Tuesday, April 15, 2014


 Dear Dancers,
Here you have a useful document where you will find planning with all the festival activities, maps and timings. You can download it in pdf format here.

Thursday, April 10, 2014

The Body by Anasma

The body is an orchestra ... It is wise and complex, graceful and harmonious, combining proficiently all the instruments under the agile directions of the conductor... Each musician is in charge of playing his instrument autonomously and yet he listens to the other instruments. All together, as One, they create and co-create one whole, one unit, one ensemble with the same tempo, the same breath. Their rhythms, theme might vary, different, complement each other, but in the end, they are together. 

The body : a divine creation with networks and systems that complement each other. Many organs keep working beyond our conscious control. Our heart beats without our brains sending a signal. We breath without thinking about it. More than we imagine, it is tuned to the cycles of the Universe,  the times of the day and night, cycles of the sun, the moon, the tides, the seasons...

Other body parts, we can pay attention too, focus on and develop an awareness for, and even sometimes learn to control. Getting of sense of where our weight is, how is our back aligned, if our limbs are extended fully, how much muscle power or release we can apply to movement... 

The beauty of this body we are given in this life is that is enables a connection to GOD, it is a pathway to him and a proof that we are an extension of His grand vision and creations. Throw the body, we can reach GOD, we can reach ourselves, behind the Ego, we can create, procreate. We can live, we can feel, we can touch, we can see, appreciate the simple things of life... 

In a way, as dancers, we have the chance to know our bodies, its needs, explore our limits, develop our body awareness further maybe than non-dancers... to be closer to God. 
As dancers, we learn to push the limits of the self, to be stronger technically in our art but also as people, with strong minds and strong will. 

On other side, with the years,  of growing, of learning and always pushing myself, I start to discover and enjoy the nothingness, the need to not do what I love the most for too much of what I love can also be unhealthy at times. I need to just come back to my body and its needs, instead of listening to my voluntary head that pulls my body like a locomotive. Let go... of the control. Let go of the ambition to always improve and powerful will... Just be, just stay in place... balanced. Not reaching forward constantly. 

Come back to the body instead of staying up in the brain... 

Our bodies, a precious jewel, an ephemeral tresor that can be taken away from us sooner than we wanted... A fragile envelope that can get hurt and that we need to cherish and take care of... Let the body rest, eat properly, stay calm and peaceful. Never take it for granted. Good health is such a gift.

The body speaks, expresses itself sometimes beyond our mind's controls with its own intelligent language, posture. It is the envelope of the soul we cannot see but feel. It shows our emotions. It remembers events our minds may have forgotten. It has a powerful memory. 

The body also changes each day, learns , unlearns, forgets, discovers strengths within. It is not a constant easy flow. It has its ups and downs, like a bumpy road, with speeding zones and zones to slow down  as winter hibernations, and we need to look around and look after passenbys...

We are never done learning, discovering. Enjoy the journey, remember to take pleasure. Be grateful to what you've been given. Be creative with it and methodical too. BALANCE. CONNECT.