Our movement coaching for stage and screen is designed for actors, non dancers and professionals looking for a more integrated approach towards movement for performance. Utilising the broadest and most popular applicatons of movement, including Laban Efforts, Bartenieff Fundamentals and advanced corrective movement education techniques to help bring balance and ease to the body and help optimise performance.
The technique achieves remarkable results by manipulation of the myofascial system, the body’s soft connective tissue network that surrounds and penetrates the muscles and other body structures. Through appropriate exercises and movements with pressure applied by the hands the fascia softens and elongates. The body segments are released from habitual patterns of tension so that the body finds a new level of ease, integration and economical function. Thec coaching sessions are supportive to performers who need adjust and overcome any blocks in the body.
The session lasts for one hour and will normally start with a relaxation that will increase body heat and encourage blood flow; this will enable the stretches and movements of the exercises to economically integrate and effectively release any tension in the fascia, and encourage the constituent parts of the body to synergistically relate to each other.
The private sessions are tailored to support anyone prone to anxiety and stress. The sessions are designed to help improve performance, and in particular address any problems with focus and motivation. The sessions are suitable for everyone involved in performance including, public speakers, actors, singers, athletes, and musicians.
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About your coach:
Behsat Ahmet is interdisciplinary practitioner, performance coach, dramturge with a strong reputation in creating live performance across diverse media on both sides of the Atlantic. His practice spans performance coaching, movement coaching for stage and screen. Behsat is a certified Yoga, Pilates and Alexander teacher. Behsat gained an MFA in Actor Training at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. He also has an MSc [in Dance Science] from Trinity Laban Conservatoire and studied acting for camera in New York City. Behsat is the founder and director of ELADA.