November 19 – 23, 2018 | 9:30 am – 12:30 pm

Fathom High
Meytal Blanaru’s deep curiosity towards a possible fusion between Feldenkrais and dance led her to develop the Fathom High technique. Its main goal is to unlock movement patterns by delicately destabilizing them, so that new possibilities become accessible. It uses the Feldenkrais method as a starting point, an inspiration and an approach to the action of learning. By using their inherent neuroplastic ability to rewire and change their habits from the core, the dancers can tap into a deeper, more primal understanding of their body and its mechanics. Through this process, new movement pathways open, unveiling an ocean of possibilities.

Fathom High brought me closer to my body, and reconnected me to the basic joy of dancing. This is my personal motivation for teaching: to enable and support others through a similar process.” – Meytal Blanaru


Born in Israel, Meytal Blanaru is a dancer, choreographer and teacher established in Brussels where she teaches regularly at La Raffinerie/Charleroi danse and at Danscentrumjette. Inspired by the Feldenkrais method, she develops a very specific body practice, which she polishes since 2008 throughout her solo creation process and several collaborations, in particular with les ballets C de la B, Damien Jalet, Roberto Olivan and Martin Kivaldy. In 2014, her solo Aurora was selected by the prestigious Aerowaves platform.


November 19 – 23, 2018 | 9:30 am – 12:30 pm
$60 /workshop | Studio Peter-Boneham
With the financial support of Emploi-Québec
[To access this rate, the participants have to be Canadian citizens or permanent residents in Canada and currently residing in Québec.]

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Photo: Meytal Blanaru © Virginie Meigne