...Due to COVID-19 our Training is currently suspended until further notice...

upcoming Trainings:

always 10-11:30h (unless indicated differently)


02.-04.03. Maria Torrents  (contemporary)

location: LOFFT - Das  Theater, Spinnereistraße 7, 2.OG


05.-07.03. Morgan Reid (contemporary)

location: LOFFT - Das  Theater, Spinnereistraße 7, 2.OG


18.-20.03. Alma Edelstein-Feinsilber (contemporary)

location: Proberaum Schaubühne Lindenfels, Karl-Heine-Straße 48, 2. OG (ehem. "Josephkonsum")


07.-09.04. SPEZIAL: Phase Zero Productions  anlässlich ihrer neuen Produktion am LOFFT - Das Theater

location: LOFFT - Das  Theater, Spinnereistraße 7, 2.OG


27.-29.04. Heidi Weiss (contemporary)

location: Proberaum Schaubühne Lindenfels, Karl-Heine-Straße 48, 2. OG (ehem. "Josephkonsum")



next trainer: Maria Torrents

Foto: Rudi Berr
Foto: Rudi Berr

class description

Maria Torrents Soler is a freelance artist, based in Berlin, working in the fields of dance and performing arts. 

Born in Barcelona, Maria received her education in contemporary dance from the Institut del Teatre de Barcelona,  followed by the postgraduate company It Dansa, where she performed repertory from various choreographers, including Ohad Naharin, Alexander Ekman, and Rafael Bonachela.

Her career as a freelance dancer launched in 2014, through a collaboration with Jordi Fàbregas in two solos: "Duel" and "Trio per Ballarina, Violoncel i Calder". 

A relocation to Berlin led to further collaborations with different choreographers such as Morgan Reid, Tine Schmidt, Thomas K. Kopp, Alessandra Guiriola and Masha Gurina, as well as the development of her own work “NomenNescio” with Nicole Michalla and the continuation of her path as a teacher.


The class is focused on connecting with the body and with the pleasure of movement, enriching and developing “movement language”, at the same time as challenging the body.

The class begins by building up a good base, through exercices from diferent techniques as Kinesiology, Yoga and Gyrokinesis we want to get our body to feel as open and available as possible for the movement.

This previous preparation will increase comfort when learning dance sequences or working in improvisation tools. The classes study the different impulses that can create movement, to gain deeper understanding of the sequences, and be able to keep this clarity while improvising.