Iordanova will no longer be teaching at the moment.
The modern is a Limón based dance technique class.
The main focus of the class is on weight distribution, center of gravity, fall-recovery and suspension. The correct flow of breath as a dynamic element in dance is stressed.
The concepts of space and rhythm are integrated in the “moving across the floor” section. The composition of movement and quality of performance are inseparable
parts of the class.
STREATCH & CONDITIONING
Through guided self-exploration learn about the biomechanical placement of the body, encourage proper postural alignment and kinetic function of muscles and the related joints. Gain awareness of healthy breathing and natural energy flow together with strength in the core of the body.
Learn movement exercises to foster energetic corporal expression; increase your ability to move freely, obtain flexibility, promote strength and balance, improve breathing and acknowledge self-constructed limitations.
recognition as a dancer, teacher and choreographer from her native country
Bulgaria as well as in the USA, Austria and Romania. She holds an MFA
in modern dance from Sarah Lawrence College, NY and an MA in theater from
National Academy for Theater and Film Arts-Sofia and Associate Degree
in Bulgarian folk dance.
Ms. Iordanova is a Fulbright scholar and recipient of National Center
for Music and Dance-Bulgaria Award. She was under the faculty of the Salzburg
Experimental Academy of Dance, National School for Dance Arts, Academy
for Music and Dance Arts, National Academy for Theater and Film Arts in
Elissaveta is founder of New Stage Alliance and DanceLab ELEA in Sofia
and initiator of the First Improvisational Festival REFLEKT in Sofia.
choreography and dancing was
presented in venues as DanSpace “St. Mark's Church,” Movement
Research at Judson, Balkan Dance Platform and Fringe Festival.
She lives and works in NYC since 2004. Elissaveta teaches dance, composition