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Program

This is the masterclass program outline

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13:30 – 18:00 Arrival and welcome

In order not to loose valuable time of the masterclass program we advise to plan extra time for getting everyone together at the venue.


19:30 – 22.00 First session – Explanation of project and program, getting to know each other

This is where the masterclass coordinator presents the preliminary program and together with the masterclass participants fills in the open spaces with the input and wishlists of the participants. 

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09:00-12:00 Workshop on Theory of learning and teaching

Read: SUPPORTING THE LEARNER’S IDENTITY IN CIRCUS TRAINING 


14:00-16:00 Building up series of lessons

Excercise on setting up lesson material: what if you were to do a workshop on one balance technique, either for: – two hours – 10 weeks – one year, building-up to performing group

16:30 -18:30 Practical session

First exchange session by participants: inventory of what people want to learn and have to offer, and how to organize exchange on one of the following days.

20:00 -22:00 Free exchange time

Session on supporting the learners identity in circus training.

HAVE A LOOK AT: HOW TO HELP EVERY CHILD FULFIL THEIR POTENTIAL 

READ: HOW TO DEVELOP YOUR OWN LEARNER’S IDENTITY DEF

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09:00 – 10:00 Warming-up by Participants

CHECK: GAMES for more input


10:00 – 12:00 Workshop on the Theory of Learning and Teaching – Follow up of Day 1

READ: SUPPORTING THE LEARNER’S IDENTITY IN CIRCUS TRAINING

Cooling-down by participants

14:00-16:00 Exchange session – input by participants
  • Presentation video education project by Marco van Zanten (NL) – CHECK OUT: CIRCUS ELLEBOOGS PILOT 
  • Exchange lesson material and network building: show lesson material and exchaning contact details
  • Start setting up the Balance Bibliography
  • Exchange workshop – CHECK OUR WEBPAGE GAMES FOR MORE INPUT

16:00 – 17:00 Workshop on Inclusion and social application of circus arts
17:00 – 18:00 Prepare workshops for Day 4
20:00 -22:00 Free exchange time
  • Globe-Workshop by Joan from Grain de Cirque – HAVE A LOOK AT:  ROCK PAPER SCISSORS – the movie

{VIDEO GLOBE WORKSHOP in foto’s en videos – zie serie}

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NOTE: the morning part of this session was joined by teachers and trainiers of the hosting venue. This prooves to be a valuable asset of the program, both for the masterclass participants as well as the visiting teachers and trainers.

 

09:00 -18:30 Workshops on Creativity with youth and in youth work by Philippe Brasseur

READ: CAN YOU TEACH CREATIVITY – PHILIPPE BRASSEUR 

20:00 -22:00 Free exchange time

Possibility to work with a youth group of host and preparing for exchange workshops Day 4

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09:00 -15:30 Teaching the visiting trainers

Exchange workshops on different balance techniques by participants – topics:

  • unicycle
  • rope skipping
  • ladders
  • rolabola video
  • tight wire/tricks & creation
  • stilts
  • hoola hoop
  • board games for balance

16:00 -18:00 – Social activity to learn about hosting country, visiting the city
20:00 -22:00 Free exchange time for masterclass participants

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9:30 – 14.00 Evaluation

Topics were:

  • How to build a network
  • Working with and understanding the European network/projects
  • What do you want to take home?
  • How can we share this experience in our own countries
  • What do we need in a resource centre.

and

  • Evaluation on logistics and content of masterclass
13:30 – 14.00 Lunch with the board of EYCO and Participants’ presentation on the masterclass
14:00 – 16:00 Free exchange time
16:00 -18:00 Departure time – Cleaning up and goodbyes

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Meet Marjolein and read her Tips on how to build a Masterclass Balance.

Here you find the Form for building the program of your Masterclass Balance

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Teaching

Find inspiration for your lessons

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Photo balance teachingREAD EVERYTHING ON

Teaching creativity:
Working with groups:

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Games

Fun games for warming up for balance techniques

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Check out these balance games – they help you with

  • warming upPhoto games note
  • creating the group
  • stimulating creativity and focus
  • practice your balance

Also check GAMES EXCHANGE on FACEBOOK.

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Form circle, with everybody having the index finger of the right hand to the right and the left hand ready to grab the index finger of your neighbour.

  • First round in the count of three
  • Second round with other fingers
  • Third round with crossed arms
  • Fourth round with everybody turning their backs to the circle

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Jellyfish I

Start in a circle, Choose someone in the group -without telling them. Run around this person three times and then come back to the place where you were standing before.

Jellyfish II

Second round, you have to run around two persons at the same time.

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Tag game – ants hospital

When you are tagged, lay down on your back with arms and legs in the air: you’re an ant in need of a hospital.
The others can help you by taking you to the hospital by lifting you at your arms and legs and bringing you to a large crash mat (hospital) somewhere on the floor. They cannot be tagged, while helping you. Once you are in hospital you are ready to start over.
You can add a nurse to the hospital who can

  • give you a massage
  • if you are playing frosen, nurse is able to warm you up

You can add a clock-mechanism:

  • the person who is tagged stands straight, legs spread and moves arms around the body like the hands of a clock, counting til eight. You can be saved when somebody crawls under your legs.

CHECK

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Form a circle. Start counting together, while everyone shakes his arms and legs one by one. First  8 counts, then 4, 2, 1 and jump and shout together ”rubber chicken”.

Use this a warming-up with your group right before starting a performance.

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Start in a circle. Leader tells a story about an imaginary painting and imaginary paint: you use both arms and legs to reach for the paint in huge buckets and start putting on enormous canvases and make your own imaginary masterpiece.

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Everybody starts walking through the room; when the teacher calls your name you start falling down real slow and the rest of the group catches you. Instead of using names, you can use for instance numbers or animals.

  • variation: the group lets you to go down to the floor
  • variation: the group lifts you up

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Tag game: one is the catcher and if he catches you, you lay down on the floor on your back.
How to save: someone who is free will came to you and lifts you up by lifting both your legs so that your lower body is no longer touching the floor (you need to stay as a stick).
Then saver will let go one of your feet while you still need to keep your body very straight. Counts to three.
After that he lets your feet down again and you are back in the game.

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You try as a group to cross the space to get to the ‘island’ without touching the ‘water’.
Use two hoops or mats to build the ‘bridges’.

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The whole group stands on the balance beam and people swap places without touching the ground.

Variation: put yourself in line according to age, height, etcetera.

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Everybody inside in closed area and everyone is a chicken on one leg.
There is one blind chicken on 2 legs walking around.
Chickens on 1 leg can only hop 10 times and are aloud to avoid and dodge.
The blind chicken has to find and touch all other chickens.
Every chicken that is touched is out of the game.

 ALSO CHECK THIS VIDEO.

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Standing on somebody in box-postion (hands and knees), who is moving around.

Variations:

  • race
  • parcours
  • soft-prop-combat
  • flyers try to debalance the other flyers
  • bases try to debalance other bases

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Bases (on hands and knees) form a bridge with different heights – like stairs. One flyer crosses the bridge with the help of an assistent.

 ALSO CHECK THIS VIDEO.

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Base lies on the floor. Flyer stands on top. Base starts rolling and flyer tries to stay on top.

Variation: use a prop instead of a base, like a barrel or a foam-assistent-block.

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Balance obstacles on the floor. Climb over the obstacles in interesting or inventive ways.

Variation: Floor is ”lava”, so do not touch it.

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Form two circles. Inside circle runs in the other direction that the outside circle. Leader calls a shape (see picture for examples)

  • London bus
  • Swan
  • Monkey in the tree

Create this shape as quickly as possible with a partner from the other circle. The couple finishing last is out of the game.

 ALSO CHECK THIS VIDEO.

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Work in pairs: facing each other both holding a short piece of rope.
Try to debalance the other by pulling the rope.
If you move a foot you will lose the game.

Variation: instead of rope, put hands together and try to push the other out of balance.

ALSO CHECK THIS VIDEO.

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Tag game: you are safe while standing on the balance obstacles on the floor.
You are only allowed to stay on this obstacle for 3 seconds.

Later on only 2 seconds, or even 1 sec.

The game-leader can replace or take out obstacles.

 ALSO CHECK THIS VIDEO.

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Use several taggers with each one holding a different prop. There is a movement for each prop.
Try to choose very different movements so you cannot combine the movements.
You can avoid being tagged by doing this specific movement. You can only do one movement at the time.
If the tagger touches you, you are the next tagger.

 ALSO CHECK THIS VIDEO.

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WHAT YOU NEED

  • Any old board game with different coloured spaces, e.g. Pictionary
  • Lots of dice (one per particpant/team)
  • Lots of tokens or player pieces (one per participant/team)

HOW TO USE IT boardgame explanation picture

  • Assign a different activity/exercise to each colour. E.g. Blue = Press up, Green = Sit up. Red = Star jump. etc.
  • All player roll dice at at the same time (or whenever they are ready)
  • Whatever colour their piece lands on is the exercise they must do, the number on the dice is how many reps of that exercise they have to complete. e.g. I roll a 4 and land on a blue square so i must do 4 pressups before i can roll again.
  • The game continues until everyone has made one (or two) circuits of the board. Or until a certain amount of time has passed.
  • Players are not competing against each other. But those that finish first can have a longer rest!

ADAPTATION

  • Use it for specific equipment training e.g. colours represent different static trapeze moves.
  • Use it for creativity in juggling e.g. colours represent an emotion and the number represents the intensity.

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Techniques

These techniques will improve your teaching balance and performing

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Unicycle

Introducing the unicycle quickly and with loads of fun: try UNICYCLE MINI WORKSHOP! Also watch and use all these wonderful videos:

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Tightrope

Introducing tightrope quickly and with loads of fun: try this TIGHTROPE MINI WORKSHOP!

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Globe

Introducing walking globe quickly and with loads of fun: try this!

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Laying down

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Standing and walking

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Mounting and Jumping

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Lifting

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Passing

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[et_pb_video admin_label=”Video Globe Ninja” src=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lch3k8zwzNo”] [/et_pb_video]
[et_pb_video admin_label=”Video Globe Ninja explanation” src=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kIz4JJ3W5_0″] [/et_pb_video]
[et_pb_video admin_label=”Video Globe passing” src=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xj_yu87ILFU”] [/et_pb_video]
[et_pb_video admin_label=”Video Globe passing with half + full turn” src=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c3HSODVh8QU”] [/et_pb_video]
[et_pb_video admin_label=”Video Globe passing with slow full turn” src=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AnU6qKyZjYs”] [/et_pb_video]
[et_pb_video admin_label=”Video Globe passing with trio” src=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=olEuhJ9qWI8″] [/et_pb_video]
[et_pb_video admin_label=”Video Globe spinning 3 times explanation” src=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8McFusF4Jvk”] [/et_pb_video]
[et_pb_video admin_label=”Video Globe spinning on belly 1″ src=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U3mm69-uHD4″] [/et_pb_video]
[et_pb_video admin_label=”Video Globe spinning on belly 2″ src=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1DZoGhSongY”] [/et_pb_video]
[et_pb_video admin_label=”Video Globe spinning on belly 3″ src=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yReReoC3K_w”] [/et_pb_video]
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Other

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[et_pb_video admin_label=”Video Globe Scorpion” src=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=czD3yW7XNMw”] [/et_pb_video]
[et_pb_video admin_label=”Video Globe Seal” src=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eaHCSc-Pi2Q”] [/et_pb_video]
[et_pb_video admin_label=”Video Globe Rolling around” src=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5LK4J3yTB60″] [/et_pb_video]
[et_pb_video admin_label=”Video Globe Pyramid small” src=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xUnNZ_JsQeU”] [/et_pb_video]
[et_pb_video admin_label=”Video Globe Snake” src=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZpjqSdupNqk”] [/et_pb_video]
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Ladder

Introducing ladder quickly and with loads of fun: try this!

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[et_pb_video admin_label=”Video escalera1″ src=”https://youtu.be/mFwv4o2f1Qo”] [/et_pb_video]
[et_pb_video admin_label=”Video escalera2 ” src=”https://youtu.be/3k-yRwxn3J4″] [/et_pb_video]
[et_pb_video admin_label=”Video escalera3″ src=”https://youtu.be/7hbeq6i466I”] [/et_pb_video]
[et_pb_video admin_label=”Video escalera4″ src=”https://youtu.be/kbcQeXhf9SY”] [/et_pb_video]
[et_pb_video admin_label=”Video escalera5″ src=”https://youtu.be/qYzzFsAG5rI”] [/et_pb_video]
[et_pb_video admin_label=”Video escalera6″ src=”https://youtu.be/rpvv7q5lmhU”] [/et_pb_video]
[et_pb_video admin_label=”Video escalera7″ src=”https://youtu.be/pKmZWzSXOSQ”] [/et_pb_video]
[et_pb_video admin_label=”Video escalera8″ src=”https://youtu.be/SHYHj5gDvdI”] [/et_pb_video]
[et_pb_video admin_label=”Video escalera9″ src=”https://youtu.be/yf1enJDPDBA”] [/et_pb_video]
[et_pb_video admin_label=”Video escalera con sillas” src=”https://youtu.be/cLvKH-8-Jzg”] [/et_pb_video]
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Rolabola Solo

Introducing rolabola solo quickly and with loads of fun: try this handy to use drawings and also watch and use these wonderful videos:

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[et_pb_video admin_label=”No fingers under the board” src=”https://youtu.be/iMGOi7KZBQQ”] [/et_pb_video]
[et_pb_video admin_label=”Rola jump mount backwards ” src=”https://youtu.be/nzlf_Quw2Kk”] [/et_pb_video]
[et_pb_video admin_label=”Rola surfing ” src=”https://youtu.be/IXkrqnw6xVE”] [/et_pb_video]
[et_pb_video admin_label=”Rola jump mount backwards 2 ” src=”https://youtu.be/H87jHgOiWLo”] [/et_pb_video]
[et_pb_video admin_label=”Rola surfing 2 ” src=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ylKL__UYjDQ”] [/et_pb_video]
[et_pb_video admin_label=”Rola mount with one hand ” src=”https://youtu.be/GAhrpx7RI3w”] [/et_pb_video]
[et_pb_video admin_label=”Rola surfing with one leg ” src=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KflBBF6qugk”] [/et_pb_video]
[et_pb_video admin_label=”Rola twist mount pre-exercise ” src=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GxoUbgHN04k”] [/et_pb_video]
[et_pb_video admin_label=”Rola surfing with walk” src=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jpRj7MkgseI”] [/et_pb_video]
[et_pb_video admin_label=”Rola mount with one hand ” src=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GAhrpx7RI3w”] [/et_pb_video]
[et_pb_video admin_label=”Rola jump descend” src=”https://youtu.be/HEqZ-A-AR9U”] [/et_pb_video]
[et_pb_video admin_label=”Rulo equilibrio culo” src=”https://youtu.be/UQoewdVZWK0″] [/et_pb_video]
[et_pb_video admin_label=”Rola jump rhythms pre-exercise ” src=”https://youtu.be/GaiGh_cz1Ss”] [/et_pb_video]
[et_pb_video admin_label=”Rulo1-4 giro + juntar pies en el medio ” src=”https://youtu.be/GjMFZtOwbks”] [/et_pb_video]
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Rolabola in pairs

Introducing rolabola in pairs quickly and with loads of fun: try this

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[et_pb_video admin_label=”Video Rola partnerwork surfing” src=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IXkrqnw6xVE”] [/et_pb_video]
[et_pb_video admin_label=”Video Rola partnerwork surfing grip” src=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F4nRP5UZ5vY”] [/et_pb_video]
[et_pb_video admin_label=”Video Rola partnerwork surfing grip zoom” src=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1gU0DNDikOA”] [/et_pb_video]
[et_pb_video admin_label=”Video Rulo de dos ir a una rodilla” src=”https://youtu.be/vDoMDuSKg4E”] [/et_pb_video]
[et_pb_video admin_label=”Video Rola partnerwork jump mount” src=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Lw9jZllb04″] [/et_pb_video]
[et_pb_video admin_label=”Video Rola partnerwork jump mount zoom” src=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UdxKrICZxdw”] [/et_pb_video]
[et_pb_video admin_label=”Video Rola jump mount duo” src=”https://youtu.be/ib_cG_jtWFc”] [/et_pb_video]
[et_pb_video admin_label=”Video Rola partnerwork jump backwards + squat” src=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OWzn3ZdOybc”] [/et_pb_video]
[et_pb_video admin_label=”Video Rulo de dos agacharse” src=”https://youtu.be/pWLwEDzSMVM”] [/et_pb_video]
[et_pb_video admin_label=”Video Rola partnerwork face to face” src=”https://youtu.be/OkNwXzeAHD8″] [/et_pb_video]
[et_pb_video admin_label=”Video Rola partnerwork face to face mount” src=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZcfMvK5BW2U”] [/et_pb_video]
[et_pb_video admin_label=”Video Rola partnerwork side by side” src=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0eTE3dwwhyo”] [/et_pb_video]
[et_pb_video admin_label=”Video Rulo de dos subida a la vez” src=”https://youtu.be/f44cgAsozQY”] [/et_pb_video]
[et_pb_video admin_label=”Video Rola partnerwork basic acrobatics” src=”https://youtu.be/rMRPgmkOj0Y”] [/et_pb_video]
[et_pb_video admin_label=”Video Rulo de dos saltos arriba” src=”https://youtu.be/XgekhEqKUuo”] [/et_pb_video]
[et_pb_video admin_label=”Video Rulo de dos sirenas” src=”https://youtu.be/dS8wylv07po”] [/et_pb_video]
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People

These people were involved

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[et_pb_team_member admin_label=”Isabel van Maele” name=”Isabel van Maele” position=”teacher Cirkus in Beweging multi and aerials” image_url=”https://www.eyco.org/nuovo/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Group-photo-Balance-Masterclass-400×284.jpg” animation=”off” background_layout=”light” use_border_color=”off” border_color=”#7c7c7c” border_style=”solid” facebook_url=”#” twitter_url=”#” google_url=”#”]

This is Isabel van Maele. Steady force, member of the educational team of Cirkus in Beweging and coordinator of the BIC training of Circuscentrum Vlaanderen. Specialized in multi circus and aerials, co-author of Circus in School.

Contact Isabel at: isabel.vanmaele@edpnet.be.

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[et_pb_team_member admin_label=”Petra Mäki-Neuvonen” name=”Petra Mäki-Neuvonen” position=”youth circus trainer ” image_url=”https://www.eyco.org/nuovo/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Group-photo-Balance-Masterclass-400×284.jpg” animation=”off” background_layout=”light” use_border_color=”off” border_color=”#7c7c7c” border_style=”solid” facebook_url=”#” twitter_url=”#” google_url=”#”]

This is Petra Mäki-Neuvonen; she is a youth circus teacher in Finland, passionate about circus since the age of ten. Teaches circus skills since 1992. First as a hobby with groups of children, and after four years circus studies in Turku University of Applied Sciences (Art Academy) as a circus trainer, director and educator.
Petra has been working as a full time circus trainer since 2000 and nowadays her main job is to be a main circus trainer in Art School Estradi (Taidekoulu Estradi), which has three parts: circus, theatre and popular music. She did her advanced degree on Theatre Academy in Helsinki and graduated with Master of Arts (Theatre and Drama) in 2010.
She has been part of pedagogical team of EYCO (CATE-project 2012-2014) and also one of our pedagogical team in Finnish Youth Circus Association in Finland.
Petra took part on Balance Masterclass within PEYC-project (Strasbourg, 2016) and was one of the trainers on CATE II within PEYC-project (March, 2016).

Contact Petra at: makineuvonen@gmail.com.

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[et_pb_team_member admin_label=”Valentin Andreas Hecker” name=”Valentin Andreas Hecker” position=”youth circus trainer” image_url=”https://www.eyco.org/nuovo/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Group-photo-Balance-Masterclass-400×284.jpg” animation=”off” background_layout=”light” use_border_color=”off” border_color=”#7c7c7c” border_style=”solid” facebook_url=”#” twitter_url=”#” google_url=”#”]

This is Valentin Andreas Hecker, born in Germany (1961), nowliving in Orvieto, Italy.
Valentin started his carreer in circus in 1986, as autodidatta and attending Fooltime Circus School in Bristol (GB). Years of street performing followed, focusing on juggling, slackrope and unicycle .
From 1997 the tightwire became the most important aspect of the performance. From 2007 Valentin has been performing with “Los Filonautas” as “tight rope-theatre” company all over Europe. Since 2003 he is teaching circus to children, at Orvieto Circusschool, “Sul Filo e Dintorni”, and trains trainers in tight rope since 2006.
He is a Functional Psycomotrist since 2008.

Contact Valentin at: info@lastronauta.com

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[et_pb_team_member admin_label=”Tobias Lippek” name=”Tobias Lippek” position=”youth circus teacher ” image_url=”https://www.eyco.org/nuovo/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Group-photo-Balance-Masterclass-400×284.jpg” animation=”off” background_layout=”light” use_border_color=”off” border_color=”#7c7c7c” border_style=”solid” facebook_url=”#” twitter_url=”#” google_url=”#”]

This isTobias Lippek.

Contact Tobias at: tobias.lippek@cabuwazi.de.

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[et_pb_team_member admin_label=”Nathan White” name=”Nathan White” position=”youth circus trainer ” image_url=”https://www.eyco.org/nuovo/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Group-photo-Balance-Masterclass-400×284.jpg” animation=”off” background_layout=”light” use_border_color=”off” border_color=”#7c7c7c” border_style=”solid” facebook_url=”#” twitter_url=”#” google_url=”#”]

This is Nathan White from the UK.

Contact Nathan at: lunatrics@gmail.com.

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[et_pb_team_member admin_label=”Guro Falck Olsen” name=”Guro Falck Olsen” position=”youth circus trainer” image_url=”https://www.eyco.org/nuovo/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Group-photo-Balance-Masterclass-400×284.jpg” animation=”off” background_layout=”light” use_border_color=”off” border_color=”#7c7c7c” border_style=”solid” facebook_url=”#” twitter_url=”#” google_url=”#”]

This is Guro Falck Olsen, she is a performer at Compagnie with Balls and a multidiciplinary circus teacher mainly at Circuswerkplaats Boost in Amsterdam (Holland). She completed the Formation Pedagogique at Ecole du Cirque de Bruxelles (2008).
She is initiator of Circus Welkom, an outreach project for refugee kids.

Contact Guro at: gfalckolsen@gmail.com.

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[et_pb_team_member admin_label=”Ben Hyde” name=”Ben Hyde” position=”tutor of inclusive and social circus” image_url=”https://www.eyco.org/nuovo/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Group-photo-Balance-Masterclass-400×284.jpg” animation=”off” background_layout=”light” use_border_color=”off” border_color=”#7c7c7c” border_style=”solid” facebook_url=”#” twitter_url=”#” google_url=”#”]

This is Ben Hyde, he is a tutor of inclusive and social circus at Circus Eruption and NoFitState Circus in the UK, and has been working with youth circuses since 2001. He is also a trainer and director of Dynamix, a workers cooperative that focuses on children’s rights, youth participation and creative learning methods.

Ben’s approach is to put the learner at the centre of the experience and adapt the circus skill and teaching style around the learner’s abilities and needs.

Contact Ben at: feel_da_force@hotmail.com or ben@dynamix.coop

Websites: 

 

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[et_pb_team_member admin_label=”Marjolein Wagter” name=”Marjolein Wagter” position=”youth circus trainer and artist” image_url=”https://www.eyco.org/nuovo/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Group-photo-Balance-Masterclass-400×284.jpg” animation=”off” background_layout=”light” use_border_color=”off” border_color=”#7c7c7c” border_style=”solid” facebook_url=”#” twitter_url=”#” google_url=”#”]

Marjolein Wagter is a youth circus teacher with over 23 years of experience. She travels the world as an artist with Compagnie with Balls, and has delivered considerable input tot the CATE Handbook.
She is also designer and coordinator of the PEYC Masterclasses.

Contact Marjolein at: peyc.masterclasses@gmail.com

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[et_pb_team_member admin_label=”Novella Morellini” name=”Novella Morellini” position=”youth circus trainer” image_url=”https://www.eyco.org/nuovo/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Group-photo-Balance-Masterclass-400×284.jpg” animation=”off” background_layout=”light” use_border_color=”off” border_color=”#7c7c7c” border_style=”solid” facebook_url=”#” twitter_url=”#” google_url=”#”]

This is Novella Morellini of Catapulta Teatro Circo, Italy. She works a an actress, stilt dancer artist and teacher of peadagogical circus.
In 2001 she founded with other 11 artists the company “Pies Negros”, which makes physical theater, and started working with the street theater company “Abraxa teatro”. She started teaching in 2004 to children in nursery, primary and high schools in Rome and Civitavecchia, and a few years later as a circus teacher with Circomix. In 2012 she founded “CATAPULTA Teatro Circo” focussing on circus pedagogy and education.

Contact Novella: novella.morellini@gmail.com

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[et_pb_team_member admin_label=”Mira Sirkka” name=”Mira Sirkka” position=”teacher ” image_url=”https://www.eyco.org/nuovo/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Group-photo-Balance-Masterclass-400×284.jpg” animation=”off” background_layout=”light” use_border_color=”off” border_color=”#7c7c7c” border_style=”solid” facebook_url=”#” twitter_url=”#” google_url=”#”]

This is Mira Sirkka, is a  recently graduated circus artist from Finland. She specializes in hula hoop manipulation and aerial chains. Sirkka is teaching in two circusses in Helsinki called Sirkus Woltti and Hakasirkus. She teaches all disciplines for beginners and aerial acrobatics for advanced level.

”For me circus, besides it is a exciting way to do sports, is a tool to learn and teach about human beings and good values in the life.” she says.

Contact Mira at: mira.sirkka@gmail.com

Websites of the circus and projects:
http://www.woltti.com
http://www.hakasirkus.fi
https://www.facebook.com/recoverlaboratory/?fref=ts
http://www.circas.fi/en/

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[et_pb_team_member admin_label=”Maiju-Saarimaa” name=”Maiju-Saarimaa” image_url=”https://www.eyco.org/nuovo/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Group-photo-Balance-Masterclass-400×284.jpg” animation=”off” background_layout=”light” use_border_color=”off” border_color=”#7c7c7c” border_style=”solid” facebook_url=”#” twitter_url=”#” google_url=”#” position=”teacher”]

This is Maiju-Saarimaa. She started her circus hobby at the age of fifteen. The spark of circus has lead her to professional circus school, University of Applied Sciences – Arts Academy.
Maiju graduated in Spring 2015 as a circus artist and circus teacher. Her main disciplines are tight wire, hula hoops and fire art.

At present she is teaching circus in Hämeenlinna, Finland. Her pupils ages are between four and fifty years old so variation is quite big. Maiju is teaching basics from acrobatic, juggling, balance and hand standing. In addition Maiju has a couple circus projects in the works so teaching and artistic work go side by side.

Contact Maiju at: maiju.saarimaa@gmail.com

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[et_pb_team_member admin_label=”Laura Montaldo ” name=”Laura Montaldo” position=”youth circus trainer” image_url=”https://www.eyco.org/nuovo/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Group-photo-Balance-Masterclass-400×284.jpg” animation=”off” background_layout=”light” use_border_color=”off” border_color=”#7c7c7c” border_style=”solid” facebook_url=”#” twitter_url=”#” google_url=”#”]

This is Laura Montaldo of Carampa-Circodromo in Spain.

Contact Laura at laura.montaldo@yahoo.it or http://lauramontaldo.blogspot.com

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[et_pb_team_member admin_label=”Johan Wuyts ” name=”Johan Wuyts” position=”youth circus teacher ” image_url=”https://www.eyco.org/nuovo/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Group-photo-Balance-Masterclass-400×284.jpg” animation=”off” background_layout=”light” use_border_color=”off” border_color=”#7c7c7c” border_style=”solid” facebook_url=”#” twitter_url=”#” google_url=”#”]

This is Johan Wuyts of Cirkus in Beweging, Belgium

Contact Johan at: johan-wuyts@hotmail.com.

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[et_pb_team_member admin_label=”Fréderic Klink” name=”Fréderic Klink” image_url=”https://www.eyco.org/nuovo/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Group-photo-Balance-Masterclass-400×284.jpg” animation=”off” background_layout=”light” use_border_color=”off” border_color=”#7c7c7c” border_style=”solid” facebook_url=”#” twitter_url=”#” google_url=”#”]

This is Fréderic Klink, from Morges, the French speaking part of Switzerland.
He is the director of the Coquino Circus School since 1998. Specialized in trampo-wall.
His goal for his 300 students: Raise your head into the stars with a really well balanced body, so that everyone can shine his personality and joyfulness.
Coquino circus school will be glad to invite foreigner teenagers for workshops exchanges during vacations.

Contact Fréderic at: info@coquino.ch

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[et_pb_team_member admin_label=”Daniel Patschovsky” name=”Daniel Patschovsky” position=”youth circus trainer” image_url=”https://www.eyco.org/nuovo/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Group-photo-Balance-Masterclass-400×284.jpg” animation=”off” background_layout=”light” use_border_color=”off” border_color=”#7c7c7c” border_style=”solid” facebook_url=”#” twitter_url=”#” google_url=”#”]

This is Daniel Patschovsky of ZAK in Cologne, Germany. Daniel is a teacher of circus arts, specialized in balance and acrobatic skills and special education teacher (Diplom Heilpädagoge). Since 2010 he is the coordinator of the circus-pedagogic formation-ship at ZAK Zirkus- und Artistikzentrum Köln. He has been working as a partner- acrobat for several years (Cie. Kontrapass, Atemzug e.V., Traumtrapez).  As a circus teacher he works since 2001 with children, youth and adults in several youth circuses, Social-circus projects, schools  and universities in Cologne and abroad.
In his work he is trying to create an each one teach one learning atmosphere.

Contact Daniel at: dpatschovsky@zak-koeln.com

Websites:

 

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[et_pb_team_member admin_label=”Caroline Therond ” name=”Caroline Therond” position=”teacher ” image_url=”https://www.eyco.org/nuovo/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Group-photo-Balance-Masterclass-400×284.jpg” animation=”off” background_layout=”light” use_border_color=”off” border_color=”#7c7c7c” border_style=”solid” facebook_url=”#” twitter_url=”#” google_url=”#”]

This is Caroline Therond of Graine de cirque, in Straatsburg, France.

Contact Caroline at ventsdecirque@orange.fr.

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[et_pb_team_member admin_label=”Anna Fussler” name=”Anna Fussler” image_url=”https://www.eyco.org/nuovo/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Group-photo-Balance-Masterclass-400×284.jpg” animation=”off” background_layout=”light” use_border_color=”off” border_color=”#7c7c7c” border_style=”solid” facebook_url=”#” twitter_url=”#” google_url=”#”]

This is Anna Fussler. She has been teaching circus for almost three years at the circus school Graine de Cirque in Strasbourg, France. She works along with schools, preschools and kindergartens and gives weekly multidisciplinary classes to children, teenagers and grown-ups. She is currently completing her B.I.A.C. (Brevet d’Initiateur aux Arts du Cirque – certificate for circus arts instructor). She also teaches, practices and performs aerials (vertical rope, static trapeze, silks and hoop) as her speciality, but keeps exploring various discplines in and out of the field of circus arts.

Contact Anna at:  anna.fussler@gmail.com.

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This is Philippe Brasseur (1964, Belgium) is author and illustrator of several books on creativity, some of them children’s books.
As a teacher and consultant he promotes ‘creative thinking’, in both schools and businesses.
Philippe is passionate about pedagogy and ‘thinking in images’ voor pedagogie.

More information on Philippe: www.philippebrasseur.be

 

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Bibliography

Useful reading material

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DVD

  • Basic techniques in circus arts – Fondation Cirque Du Soleil

BOOKS

  • Le Monocycle by Barlomiej Soroczynski (Les Èditions LOGIQUES)
  • Petit Traité d’équilibre sur boule by Ludovic Lauriere (Collection savoir faire)
  • Multiple intelligences, by Howard Gardner
  • Encyclopedia of Ball Juggling by Charlie Dancey
  • Social Circus Handbook for Teachers by Cirque du Monde

WEBSITES

  • www.badscience.net
  • www.circusgames.net
  • www.zirkuspaedagogik.de/
  • www.zak-koeln.com/fachstelle-nrw/circbib
  • www.circusarchiv.de

CARDS

  • The Partner Acrobatics & Pyramid Cards – Tips and Instructions for Using the Cards (Finnish Youth Circus Association, www.snsl.fi)

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OTHER INTERESTING STUFF TO READ AND WATCH

YOUTUBE

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Newspaper article DNA on Balance Masterclass January 2016

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For participants

Only available for people who participated

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