DAILY, 9:30 - 11:00 (ONE WEEK / MONTH)

Driven by the belief that professional dance artists need access to continuous high-quality training, a meeting space and shared experiences Jasmine Ellis founded Bad Lemons Project for the independent dance scene in Munich. By providing professional training, training exchange and research projects a current and vibrant dance scene is promoted and strengthened. 

Professional training / Bad Lemons Project
Bad Lemons Project provides continuous affordable professional contemporary dance training. The initiative is known for bringing exciting internationally reputable artists to teach in Munich. 

The series of classes takes place once a month, Monday to Friday, 9.30 am – 11:00 am. Each of these week-long training blocks is taught by different international visiting artists and takes place at a professional level. The continuation of affordable professional training enriches and strengthens network structures and artistic exchanges both within Munich and with international dancers and choreographers.

Bad Lemons training follows the momentum of Munich DancePAT which offered professional training to the community from 2016-2018 and was co-directed by Jasmine Ellis & Katrin Schafitel collaborating with Tanztendenz München eV. Bad Lemons strives to continue this good thing for the community.

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After a two-year break, tamed is resuming the in-service certificate programme Zam., in a new format and with a strong practical orientation.

For the first time, the new Zam. also deals with different dance styles, different age groups and special population groups such as Parkinson's patients.


In a 5-day intensive week, the basics of functional anatomy and training theory are first taught. After that, the other modules are taught on 6 weekends over a period of one year. The transfer into practice is guaranteed by lecturers and lecturer tandems with dance-medical and dance-pedagogical know-how.

The further training ends with a theoretical-practical final examination, the successful passing of which is a prerequisite for receiving the certificate.

In addition to the compulsory modules, for the first time 4 optional further training courses are also offered, which complement the Zam. programme in a meaningful way and are open to all interested parties.


The contact person for your questions is Anne Gieseke.



Information and registration: or directly to registration.


Ansprechpartnerin für Ihre Fragen ist Anne Gieseke.



Informationen und Anmeldung: oder direkt zur Anmeldung.

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Dancers are the high-performance athletes among performing artists. Their careers are short and their body is their only working tool.


What has long been established in elite sport should also become a matter of course in dance: specialised care and treatment of dancers by therapists qualified in dance medicine.


The practice-oriented further training for physiotherapists takes place over 3 weekends in 36 teaching hours:


  • An overview of dance as a workplace and the physical and mental stresses specific to the profession

  • A practical introduction to the dance vocabulary of different styles

  • The basics of dance medical screening/movement analysis

  • The most common injuries and chronic complaints in stage dance (taking into account the style)

  • Requirements for therapy and rehabilitation of dancers

  • Treatment approaches


The further training ends on the 4th weekend with a theoretical-practical final examination, the successful passing of which is a prerequisite for obtaining the certificate.


Registration here!



The DANCE PROJECT MUNICH (TPM) was founded in 1975 by the choreographer Birgitta Trommler and the dance dramaturge and performer Angela Dauber in Schwabing - in the old TRAM-BAHNDEPOT WILHELMSTRASSE 19, on the site that is now home to the Bosl Foundation - and has been an integral part of the cultural life of this district ever since.


With subsidies from the City of Munich and grants from Siemens, among others, an artistic centre for contemporary dance developed here. In the studios of the TPM, amateurs and children were and are taught artistic dance, dancers and choreographers receive further training and a wide range of courses and workshops are offered for beginners to professionals - for children and adults - for young and old - everyone is welcome.


Reduced professional rate, more information here!

@Ray Demski