©Goy Le (Wabaki studio)

©Goy Le (Wabaki studio)

©Goy Le (Wabaki studio)

Profitraining Lukas Robitschko

Mon 18.03.2024 | 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Tue 19.03.2024 | 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Wed 20.03.2024 | 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Thu 21.03.2024 | 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Fri 22.03.2024 | 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Mon 25.03.2024 | 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Tue 26.03.2024 | 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Wed 27.03.2024 | 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Thu 28.03.2024 | 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Künstler*innenhaus Mousonturm - Probebühne 3

Cash only

Contemporary Technique - Set Material

Groundmovement by Lukas Robitschko was born out of 20 years of passion for movement and the urge to move as freely and fluidly as possible on the floor. The patterns are defined movement systems. They consist of movements in both directions and a transition that connects the two directional sequences with each other. The purpose of these patterns is to be used across styles - breaking, hip hop, contemporary. During their development, they were broken down into their "rawest" form. As a result, they function as a kind of tool and can be integrated into the different dance and movement areas and can be highly individualized. The basic idea behind the training is to learn and acquire the patterns. Then these patterns are combined with one another and broken up again through the application of methodical and playful concepts, modified, decomposed and reconnected in order to open up new paths and thus systematically create freedom in movement on the floor.

1. What skills are we training in Groundmovement?

The skills we working in Groundmovement are the methodical/playful development of movements, the sustainable understanding of movement on the ground, to enhance the personal creativity and building confidence in order to move freely and fluidly on the ground.


2. Once we have trained the shorter movement patterns, will the class build into longer phrases of movement or dancing?

The target of Groundmovement is not to create a choreography or fixed phrase but more to unlock as many transitions and connection between the movements we will work on in order to improvise and move freely with those techniques. 

Lukas Robitschko, has been studying breakdance since age 11. From 2005 - 2016 he competed at competitions throughout Germany and Austria, being awarded 1st place 10 times. And has had multiple appearances in shows and performances including a showcase for Taboo (Black Eyed Peas) in 2013 and has been a judge for breaking battles, festivals and championships throughout Germany and internationally. Founding the dance collective "99Flava" in Thailand in 2011, from 2012 onwards he began to focus his work on specifics of fluid movement on the floor and developing his approach “Ground Movement.” It is his passion to be able to help people of all ages and to be able to accompany and support them in their dance/artistic career. He has also taught workshops throughout Germany including the Hessisches Staatsballet and the HfMDK Frankfurt, as well as Internationally both for professional dancers and movers of all abilities.