Balletoning &
Power Workout Pointe

May 13-15, 2022

Franziska Wallner-Hollinek returns to the Casa de Balet with two workshops designed for all levels of training.  

Balletoning | A workout with elements of classical ballet, contemporary dance, fitness, pilates; at the bar, floor and center designed to work the muscles to protect the joints, spine and bones. 

Children from the age of 9, teenagers and adults can enroll, regardless of their level of training.

Power Workout Point

How much power, energy and especially muscle strength is needed for 32 fouette turns? Lots!

In this workshop we will work to gain this muscle strength.

Simple, basic exercises at the bar and in the center, but with many, many repetitions to build the right muscles.

The right muscles keep us safe from injuries and make us dance longer.

Power Workout Pointe is aimed at young people who practice classical ballet and want to improve their technique. 

Young people aged 12+ with experience working on pointe.  

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Franziska Wallner-Hollinek

Franziska Wallner-Hollinek was born in Vienna. She completed her studies at the Ballet School of the Austrian Federal Theaters, and at the Royal Ballet School and the Hungarian National Ballet Institute.

In 1995 he joined the Vienna State Opera Ballet. From 2000 to 2002 she was a member of the Royal Danish Ballet.

In 2018 she retired as a dancer, but occasionally appears as a guest, such as in the 2021/22 season as Amme in "Onegin" by John Cranko and Berthe in "Giselle" by Elena Chernichova. In addition, she has been working in the Vienna State Ballet administration for the 2018/19 season.

Her repertoire includes roles in "Giselle", "Don Quixote", "Swan Lake", "Nutcracker", "La Bayadère", "Sleeping Beauty",  "La Fille mal gardée", "Cenuşăreasa", "Le Corsaire"; "Kadettenball" by Renato Zanella, "Peer Gynt" by Edward Clug, "As you like it" by John Neumeier, Pemba in "Spartacus" by Zanella, "The Concert" and "The Four Seasons" by Jerome Robbins, “Six Dances” by  Jiří Kylián, "Cacti" by Alexander Ekman, "The Vertiginous Thrill of Exactitude" by William Forsythe, etc.

For "Young Coregraphers" in 1999 she created her first choreography "Der Weg ist das Ziel". Another choreography was created in Copenhagen.

HOW DO YOU REGISTER?

The duration of a course is 90 minutes.

You can sign up by completing  online registration form.

PARTICIPATION FEES

€ 30 / Balletoning class

€ 35 / Power Workout Pointe class

 

  • Full payment or a 30% deposit ensures the reservation of a group seat.