Dance for Beginners


with Olga Tragant


dates: July 6th to 9th
from Monday to Thursday, 18 to 20h

price: 65€ all the course / 20€ single sessions
discounts: 10% discount if you sing up for more than one course / 65€ APdC members and tragantDansa students from 2019-20 Course

* Priority to people who sign up for the entire course / Discounts are not cumulative.
** In order to apply to the student discount, you must have attended at least to 2 trimesters at tragantDansa 2019-2020 course.
*** Limited places to guarantee hygiene and safety measures.


AREA: technique – exploration
AIMED TO: It includes people who want to start learning the bases of contemporary dance and people who are at the beginning of dance learning and want to consolidate their foundations.


FACE-TO-FACE COURSE with all the hygiene, disinfection and security measures required
tragantDansa will prepare a protocol with to compliance with the distancing, hygiene and protection measures established in the Plan for the Transition towards a new Normality, which contemplates the reopening of Dance Schools during the Phase II. + info



This course aims to introduce the basic elements of contemporary dance and movement fundamentals while encouraging the pleasure of moving and dancing.

We will work on join mobility, muscle tone, flexibility, general coordination, the use of space, rhythm, time, weight/gravity. We will introduce the basic vocabulary of contemporary dance: travelling through space, weight changes, turns, jumps, spirals, swings, slides, rolls, falls, etc. All that will be worked through exercises, movement sequences and simple explorations. We will combine the dynamic and energetic work with the work of listening and body awareness of calm rhythm. As a whole we will learn the dance basis, increasing our movement possibilities, sensitivity and agility.



Olga Tragant (Barcelona)

Choreographer, dancer, dance and movement teacher. She was trained in dance in the United States in University of Illinois and in New York in Movement Research, Susan Klein School, Trisha Brown School (New York, 1993 – 1995). She also studied one year in the School for New Dance Development (Amsterdam, 1997). Olga is also graduated in Science Degree in Physical Activity, UB, INEF, and she has a Master in Psychology of Physical Activity (University of Illinois). 
Parallel to the dance, she has trained in Anatomy for the Movement with Blandine Calais-Germain and is currently studying the Feldenkrais Method training. As a choreographer she has developed a series of shows and creative projects that have been shown in Catalonia and in various European countries and also in the United States, Japan, Mexico and Morocco.

She started teaching 25 years ago and since then she has taught contemporary dance, anatomy-consciousness and improvisation-creation. She currently runs and is a teacher in the Formation [inside Movement] in tragantDansa.

Since 2002, she has been leading tragantDansa [education and creation in movement], and recently she has expanded her activity in tragantCamp, a rehabilitated space in the rural environment.