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Gaga movement

World’s Gone “Gaga”

Developed by choreographer Ohad Naharin, Gaga is a constantly evolving movement language for both dancers and non-dancers. The practice originated from Naharin’s need to communicate with his dancers, and subsequently revolutionized his Batsheva Dance Company.

Dancer, dance scholar, and Gaga guide Deborah Friedes Galili joins us to uncover what has people around the world so mesmerized by this practice. Further, can this movement language be considered a healing practice – physically, mentally, and emotionally – for varyingly abled bodies? Find out in this episode of the Wild Wonder Podcast.

Try Gaga for yourself at gagapeople.com/en/.

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