Limitless Movement Workshop

This is an progressive and intensive Six-hour workshop taught between two different days, 3 hours on Thursday, December 6th  (7-10pm) and 3 hours on Friday, December 7th (7-10pm).

Location: Carmen’s Cuban Café, 108 Factory Shops Rd, Morrisville, NC

Price:  $90 for the Six-Hour Workshop + Complimentary Admission to Our Showcase Welcome Party
Special $80 For Early Bird Registration – Expires November 30th.




***We will only be opening this workshop for 15 students only.  Space is very limited, and we encourage dancers from intermediate level and above to register.
***Complimentary admission for Complimentary Admission to our Showcase Weekend Welcome Party on December 7th with Registration.

Limitless Movement is a method which erases the certain thickness of a dance “shape” and focuses on the “intention” of that shape. If that intention is zoomed in, you have the time, space and courage to explore a certain shape because it’s not a border anymore. After exploring, we bring the zoomed-in intention to the shape and become a “shapeless shape”.
During the class we will explore elements of West and South African, Afro-Cuban folklore and contemporary, Mambo, Son Chachacha, Contemporary (with Graham Technique exercises).

About Mitchell:
Mitchell Provence, a dancer, mover, choreographer and visionary is just simply obsessed with the interconnections between music and movement. Born in Curacao, his passion for dance developed in his early 20s, and it took him on a journey around the world. He has taught and performed in over 40+ countries, collaborating with many performing artists such as: Monica Melito ( Studio Owner U-Dance, Mitchell & Monica), Sekou McMiller (resident teacher & choreographer at the Ailey Extension, NYC), Melissa Rosado (mambo dancer and teacher, NYC), Carla Voconi (mambo dancer & teacher, Rome) and has a current collaboration with Sarah Balzat (perfoming artist, teacher, community leader, Berlin Germany).
Through his journey, Mitchell has developed a method that focuses on helping students accepting both their artistic and personal identity.
His Mantra: move and embrace…