SHARE Workshop | RubberLegz
June 27th, 28th, 29th 2022
About this Course
This three-day professional workshop is a great opportunity for dancers to work with Rauf Yasit, alias Rubberlegz, here in Berlin.
This workshop will be operated within the German government's Covid-19 guidelines effective as of June 2022. Before applying, make sure to be able to comply with these conditions and attend the full duration of the workshop. Due to the high demand for our workshops, SHARE The Dance Intensive does not hold spots. Your payment is required within a 7-day time period.
Dancers submitting their application need to have a strong dance and physicality technique and/or any other background that supports their participation in this workshop.
June 27th, 2022: 10:30 am - 4:30 pm
June 28th, 2022: 10:30 am - 4:30 pm
June 29th, 2022: 10:30 am - 4:30 pm
3 Days 195€
All Applicants must be professional or pre-professional dancers, movers, or performers, with a minimum age of 16 years old.
You must provide a maximum of 1-minute video link (Vimeo or Youtube) of your dancing either improvising or choreographed solo. no group piece. No Instagram or Facebook link.
a full detailed resume is to be uploaded (max 15Mb) or via a weblink (google drive, website, etc...)
within 3 days after receiving your application form, we will send our response via email. a 7 days period to pay your tuition is required once our email was sent. Every Un-paid application is canceled on the 8ht day at 9 am.
You can pay via Credit Card or Offline by Bank Transfert.
Workshop Description from Rauf
In this workshop, you will explore the movement style of Rauf “Rubberlegz” Yasit.
This three-day in-depth exploration into his method will be a detailed breakdown presented in Rubberlegz's unique experiential format. On your journey with him, you will be provided with various movement techniques, multiple concepts, and patterns. This will provide the foundation for you to direct your own choices and decisions on the floor, feet, and hands, and includes partner work.
Knee pads and long sleeve tops are recommended.
All levels are welcome.
Rubberlegz who’s real name is Rauf Yasit is a Los Angeles-based choreographer, director, dancer, and visual artist who was born and raised in Germany.
When he was a child his father, who was a folklore-dance teacher, taught him traditional folk dances.
It didn’t take long for him to discover his passion for Breaking. As a self-taught B-Boy, he began perfecting his skills and growing his passion in 1998. Not long after, he was aptly dubbed “RubberLegz” by his mentor Maxim for his ability to miraculously contort his body into unthinkable shapes and positions. He gained international respect for his unique style. For years, he competed in and judged competitions worldwide. To this day, he continues to perform and teach workshops all around the globe.
By 2007 his repertoire evolved to include performing in contemporary dance productions. It was inevitable, with his endless hours of training, that he would transform his movement skills from a childhood dream into his life’s work and passion.
Rubberlegz was recently awarded 'Best Dancer 2019' by Danza&Danza Magazine for his 'original language' that breaks down barriers between dance genres.
He has worked with William Forsythe, National Opera of Paris, USC, CalArts, LACMA, Malou Airaudo, Nike RT, Burberry, GAP, Arashi, Puma, Sadlers Wells, Flying Steps, Red Bull, Muscle Milk, Moderat, Sony, Sonos, Fiat, WAD MAG, Tumi, HP, Pandora, Pfadfinderei, PACT Zoll Verein, ArtFactory International, CNDC Angers, LMU, Bodytraffic, Jacob Jonas The Company, Renegade Theatre Herne, Andy Hines, Justin Daashur Hopkins, Elliott Sellers, OURO Collective and more.
RubberLegz is an Associate Producer of Films.Dancea the global plattform for dance.
He is a multi-disciplined tour de force and his talents are not limited to dance. While pursuing his dance passion, he received his diploma in 3D-Visualization and Animation. He worked for several years with professional design agencies as a visual artist before moving to Berlin and working as a freelance artist in both design and dance.
In Los Angeles, RubberLegz is busy focusing on his many projects and utilizing his photography, design and dance skills.