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NINA KRIPAS

ImPulsTanz Workshops 2017 © Karolina Miernik
ImPulsTanz Workshops 2017 © Karolina Miernik
© Chris Singer
© Chris Singer
© Chris Singer
© Chris Singer
© Gerry Frank

Slow Jamz

Slow Jamz is a dance fusion by different dance styles with a smoother and softer movement language and sexy, "chillaxing" tunes that make you feel good. Elements from Nina’s contemporary and ballet backgrounds mixed with a flavour of Urban Dance and Modern Jazz.
Be prepared to dance in socks or barefoot, in sneakers or one time high heels (not mandatory).

OTHER WORKSHOPS OF Nina Kripas

HipHop

Go with the Flow!

urbanative package

My class is built up in 3 steps: Warm-up, technique and some choreography.
My Warm-up is a "typical" Warm-up to get the body "warmed up" and to prevent injuries with some strengthening and stretching exercises for the whole body before starting to work with it.
The technique part can vary and can be anything from some Old School HipHop trills, Bboying, Top Rocks to Popping and Locking basics to isolations etc.
It usually depends on what needs to be worked on or what the students desire to learn and even what we are simply in the mood to do.

The third part of the class, the choreography part, is an outcome of my body language of how I move and how I naturally combine all my influences of different dance styles and my creativity, which is influenced by music and life in general.
In my class I use many styles that might not fall strictly into the category HipHop but are inspired by HipHop, Funky Styles, House elements, Dancehall, Voguing etc.
Most of all I like to have fun in class and inspire people to dance with their heart and soul without any limitations.
My motto is "going with the flow" and I want "us" to feed of each other's energy and have a good time. Bring your best smile or "mugshot" face as long as you bring your true selves!

ARTISTBIO: Nina Kripas

Nina Kripas had her classical ballet education at the National Ballet School of the Vienna Opera. After that she was a member of Vienna's innovative dance theatre company TTW (TanzTheaterWien) led by Liz King and soon after a member of the Volksoper Wien. At TTW Nina always had the freedom to create her own language and combine her love for HipHop with Contemporary Dance as well as Classical and Modern Dance. Nina travelled through Europe and the US to be at international street dance events and to learn from legendary dancers such as Marjory Smarth, Storm, Karl Libanus, Bruce Ykanji, Superdave, Link, Brian Green, Shotyme, The Electric Boogaloos, The Lockers, Anthony Thomas, and many more. She also choreographed contemporary pieces like "the Nobility of Failure" for the ABCD Dance Company, "Dream Addict" for the Ballet Company of the Opera in Graz and parts of the dance movie "Little Paris". Nina was co-choreographer for the US-Pilot "Limelight".
2007 she moved to Los Angeles where she had the opportunity to work with renowned choreographers such as Fatima Robinson and Richmond+Tone Taluega and others. She was on world tour with the Black Eyed Peas and danced in music videos and award shows for artists such as Chris Brown, Sean Paul, Prince, Kanye West, Usher, New Kids on the Block and many more.
Nina always had a passion for teaching and inspiring people of all ages all over the world.
 
 

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Date: 17.07.2019, 21:19 | Link: https://www.impulstanz.com/en/workshops/2019/id4042/