Anna Ozerskaia

Anna Ozerskaia

Born in 1984 in St. Petersburg, Russia, Anna studied contemporary dance at the Kannon Dance School, under direction of Vadim Kasparov and Natalia Kasparova. Later on joined Kannon Dance Company and worked there till 2009 dancing in various projects with choreographers from Russia, Europe and USA and also teaching.

From 2010 till 2013  working in Israel, dancing with Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company participating in all performances by their artistic director Rami Beer, as well as guest choreographer Idan Sharabi. From 2013 till 2015  danced in Skånes Dansteater and performed in pieces by Ben Wright, Marina Mascarell and Kenneth Kvarnström.

Since 2015 dancing in GöteborgsOperans Danskompani and has worked with choreographers: Marina Mascarell, Hiroaki Umeda, Saburo Teshigawara, Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui, Alan Lucien Øyen, Stijn Celis, Sharon Eyal, Ohad Naharin, Roy Assaf, Club Guy and Roni.

Since 2018 Anna has been choreographing: ”its a new journey for me, full of emotions, mysteries, new experiences, and, surely, openings on different levels. It’s a beautiful path between learning, exploring other personalities and satisfaction of searching, finding, loosing and letting go.”


Class Description

Class begins with a floor-work warm up where focus will be on releasing, softening, exploring gravity and activating our centres. Gradually we will begin to move off the floor finding flow, momentum and playing with different kinds of impulses in an organic way of moving. The last part
of the class will present a challenging yet engaging dance phrase. 

Throughout the class we will  focus on getting a better understanding of how ones body works, learning how to move with ease and efficiency. The class may also include elements of improvisation which would emphasize a deeper research of principles introduced earlier while still allowing every student to dance in their own unique way.

My aim is not to insist on the only way of moving, but to help expand on ones variety of movement qualities. I invite student to be present in the moment and cherish the journey.