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LANZAROTE SUMMER DANCE INTENSIVE 2022

From the 20 to 25 June and from 18 to 23 July

Professional Dance Training Program

With a broad program of activities, the Lanzarote Summer Dance Intensive 2022 offers you a great dance experience in one of the most beautiful Canary Islands in the world. The Summer Intensive will happen on two different weeks in June 20 to 25 and July 18 to 23. It is aimed at people from all disciplines, from a beginner to an advanced level, interested in expanding their knowledge through creative workshops and classes in different styles: contemporary, ballet, Humphrey/Limón Technique, floorwork, contact improvisation, yoga and meditation applied to dance. The program is given by Matteo Mascolo, Reinier Alfonso and Danielle Moody. At the end of the intensive week, every participant will receive a Certificate of Attendance.

REGISTRATIONS FOR LANZAROTE SUMMER DANCE INTENSIVE ARE CLOSED!

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Reinier Alfonso

Ballet Teacher

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Matteo Mascolo

Teacher/Director

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Danielle Moody

Yoga Teacher

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COSTS FOR PARTICIPANTS:

 ONE WEEK (21 hours program)

  • Early bird registration (before the 20th of May): 220 euros.

  • Normal registration (from the 21th of May): 280 euros.

TWO WEEKS (42 hours program)

  • Early bird registration (before the 20th of May): 410 euros.

  • Normal registration (from the 21th of May): 490 euros.

WITH ACCOMMODATION

  • One week + accommodation: 530 euros. (Early bird470 euros before the 20th of May)

  • Two weeks + accommodation: 740 euros. (Early bird660 euros before the 20th of May)

The full cost can be split into two instalments: one to be paid upon registration and the other one a week before the start day of the programme. 

CONTACTS

To book your place contact: info@matteomascolo.com or WhatsApp: +393466272811.

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THE ISLAND OF LANZAROTE

 

Lanzarote is the Canary archipelago’s south-easternmost island, administered by Spain. Scattered with about 140 volcanoes, the landscape is interrupted here and there by lush valleys full of palm trees that stand out against a backdrop of black lava fields. The island boasts stunning beaches (both golden sand and black volcanic pebbles), sparkling natural pools and excellent opportunities for hiking or cycling, not to mention the many hotels and restaurants. The Cabildo de Lanzarote’s Centres for Art, Culture and Tourism are integrated in the volcanic nature of the island and are their main tourist attractions. César Manrique, the island’s best-known artist, created these unique spaces by perfectly bringing together art and nature under a philosophy and a model of intervention based on sustainability. Furthermore, Lanzarote is renowned for its year-round warm weather, with an average annual temperature of 22° C

WHAT TO SEE:

There are many exciting things to do in Lanzarote during your stay. Here is a short list of things that past participants have enjoyed:

  • Parque Nacional de Timanfaya – Lunar landscapes and surreal lava fields originated between 1730 and 1736 from one of the greatest volcanic cataclysms in history.

  • Jardín de Cactus – Created by César Manrique, the garden houses around 4,500 examples of 450 species of cactus from all over the world (from Mexico to Madagascar!)

  • Mirador de Rio – Spectacular viewpoint on the large solidified lava waterfall that flows into the ocean and Isla Graciosa.

  • Caleta de Famara – Golden wild beach where surfers face some of the best waves in the Canaries.

  • Playa de Papagayo – One of the most beautiful beaches of Lanzarote, an expanse of clear golden sand lapped by transparent waters.

  • Cueva de los Verdes – A 1 km long abyssal cavity that represents the most spectacular part of a lava tunnel created 5000 years ago by a volcanic eruption. 

  • Fuerteventura & Isla Graciosa – Easy day trips to the islands next door.

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