Was ist Tanzhologie?
Tanzhologie is the holistic consideration of dance and its significance for human beings.
It is the study and teaching of dance especially in anthropological, historical, social, artistic, psychological and medical terms.
The term "Tanzhologie" is a neologism created by Corinna Janson. Based on her training with Dr. Detlef Kappert, she developed the teaching concept Tanzhologie® as a practically applicable teaching method in 2004.
Tanzhologie® makes the positive
effects of dance usable for people
On the physical level, the musculoskeletal system is trained multidimensionally. The dance training of posture, movement and perception optimizes stability and dynamics and helps to achieve more competence in movement. The body can better fulfil its role as an instrument of expression and perception. At the same time, the organism becomes more permeable for a free flow of energy, as a basis for a harmonious natural vibration.
On the emotional level, music and dance playfully bring emotions into movement. This form of expression in dance helps people to come into harmony with themselves.
On the mental level, dance hology trains the ability of concentration and memory. This happens especially through the rehearsal of choreographed movement sequences in the group. Improvisation exercises contribute to the increase of the individual imagination and promote the ability of creative self-performance.
On the spiritual level, dance hology creates the possibility to experience oneself holistically: as an individual, mobile and creative being in a lively exchange with the environment.