A carefully curated performance.
The lights dim, the curtain opens, and the choreography begins, sequences, steps and movements performed by dancers. In ballet, these sequences are usually very structured and precise, incorporating repeated actions. Turn your focus to contemporary dance though, and suddenly the notion of sequence looks very different. It may appear fluid and free-flowing, with movements interpreted by the dancer, yet it too has a structure of its own that helps to tell a story. Dance often begins with isolated movements pieced together by a choreographer to create a carefully curated performance. We invite you to explore, arrange, create and merge the Choreography Collection of planks and develop your own cohesive rhythm on the floor.