New Gaga classes at Twarda 42, Warsaw:

Mondays - 19:00

Tuesdays - 9:00

Fridays - 9:00

Upcoming wokshops and special classes:

Arthaus Berlin

Lubelski Dance Theatre - Lublin

Centrum w Ruchu - Warsaw

Marameo - Berlin


Upcoming performances:

Halka(Wileńska) - Polish National Opera

13+15/3, 24+26/4




Adi Weinberg received her dance training at the Haifa Program for Professional Dancers, graduated from the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance and did an apprenticeship in Vertigo Dance Company. 

As a contemporary dancer she performed at many festivals around the world. 

She has worked with choreographers and institutions, such as: Andrea Costanzo Martini, Nadar Rosano, Efrat Rubin, Rachel Erdos, Noa Zuk, Aviv Eveguy, Shimrit Golan, Yuval Goldstein, Sharon Vaisvaser, Deganit Shemi and Michael Miller, as well as Fresco dance company, the Israeli Opera and the Polish National Opera. 

Since 2014, she develops as a choreographer and preforms with her creations in different platforms and festivals such as Machol Shalem International Dance week, Tel Aviv Dance festival at Suzanne Dellal, MAAT Festival, MSTT festival, KRoki festival and more.

In 2017 she was awarded with a grant from Mifal HaPais Council for the Culture and Arts for developing her last choreography, "Indian Summer/Babie lato".​

Adi is a certified Gaga teacher (the movement language developed by Ohad Naharin, artistic director and choreographer of the Batsheva Dance Company). 

Additionally, she is a Shiatsu therapist, Ayurveda-Seed masseur and a Pilates instructor.


Gaga is a movement language which Ohad Naharin developed over the course of many years and which is applied in daily practice and exercises by the Batsheva Dance Company members. The language of Gaga originated from the belief in the healing, dynamic, ever-changing power of movement, and it continues to evolve today. 
Gaga is a new way of gaining knowledge and self-awareness through your body. Gaga provides a framework for discovering and strengthening your body and adding flexibility, stamina, and agility while lightening the senses and imagination. Gaga raises awareness of physical weaknesses, awakens numb areas, exposes physical fixations, and offers ways for their elimination. The work improves instinctive movement and connects conscious and unconscious movement, and it allows for an experience of freedom and pleasure in a simple way, in a pleasant space, in comfortable clothes, accompanied by music, each person with himself and others.

Gaga has two tracks (click on the links):

Gaga/people       Gaga/dancers







Article after a Gaga class with Adi (Przekroj):

"Lewitujące kości i wąż w kręgosłupie" by Paweł Franczak.

Interview with Adi about Gaga (Taniec Polska):

"Ciesząc się wysiłkiem – z Adi Weinberg-Prejną o GaGa rozmawia" by Teresa Fazan.

Artice about Gaga (Teatr):

"Taniec, nasz wspólny język" by Teresa Fazan.

Interview with Adi - Audio - (Radio Trójka): 

"Gaga, czyli taneczny język ciała i wyobraźni" 


Gaga Classes















Workshops and Special classes

Marameo + Doc11 - Berlin

26/2 - Gaga/people - Marameo

28/2 - Gaga/people - Doc11

Sensing Spaces - Centrum w Ruchu

Gaga/people and movement research workshop


Centrum W Ruchu

Wawerskie Centrum Kultury

ul. Żegańska 1a, 04-713 Warsaw, Poland

For more info and registration click here

Weeks 1 & 2 of Module 3 - Arthaus Berlin 

Discovering the Wound: Bodies and Spaces of the Melodramatic and Tragic Stories of the Shadow Body

Workshop led by Adi Weinberg and Cat Gerrard


Dock 11 Eden

Breite Str. 43, Berlin.

For more details click here

The sounding Human Animal - Arthaus Berlin

Workshop led by Adi Weinberg and Cat Gerrard


Dock 11 Eden

Breite Str. 43, Berlin.

For more details click here

Yoga & Gaga Retreat in Burdag

25-27/10 - Gaga/people
The retreat held by Maria Białecka founder and Yoga teacher from Moc Oddechu.

For more info about the classes, accommodation

and registration click here

Life of Breath - Movement Playground programme (UK)

1+2/7 - Gaga/people

These Gaga classes are for people who experience difficulty breathing, their families and carers.

Temple Street, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE1 4BR, United Kingdom. 

For more info and registration click here

Lubelski Dance Theatre 

20+21/3/2020 - Gaga/people

31/1+1/2/2020 - Gaga/people

17/11 - Gaga/people + Choreographic research 

18+19/10 - Gaga/people

16+17/7 - Gaga/people

17+18/5 - Gaga/people

Centrum Kultury w Lublinie 

12 Peowiaków st. Lublin, Poland.

For more info and registration click here

Krakowskie Centrum Choreograficzne

15+16/6 - Gaga/people, Gaga/dancers

al. Jana Pawła II 232, Kraków, Poland.

For more info and registration click here


16+17/2 - Gaga/people

Bytomski Teatr Tańca i Ruchu Rozbark

Bytom, Poland.

For more info and registration click here

Gaga News and Updates...

Gaga/People - Ongoing classes in Warsaw, Poland:

POLIN Museum

Last class at POLIN - 19/12/2019

6 Mordechaja Anielewicza St. Warsaw, Poland.

For more info and registration for click here

Twarda 42 st. (Studio Oddaj Ciężar)

Mondays at 19:00
Tuesdays at 9:00 
Fridays at 9:00

Notice: 28/2/2020 - Class is canceled!

42 Twarda st. (Studio Oddaj Ciężar) Warsaw, Poland.

Ticket: 35 pln (payment by cash only, on the spot).

Please arrive 15 min early to register and prepare yourself for class. There is no entry for latecomers.

For questions click here 

For more details and registration info about classes click here 

Please follow future updates:

Details about special/ongoing Gaga/people classes in WARSAW will be published here... Stay tuned!



Indian Summer/Babie lato

Adi premiered her new creation on May 2018 in Kroki festival, Cracow, Poland.

For the purpose of developing the creation, she was recently awarded 

with a grant from Mifal HaPais Council for the Culture and Arts.​

Choreography and performance: Adi Weinberg-Prejna

Sound design and music editing: Daniel Sapir.

Music: Deru; SeeFeel; Jerry Bock; Jacob Jacobs, Alexander Olshanetsky.

Voice: Chaya Thorn.

Costume design: Julia Kornacka.

Text: Karol Prejna.

Laser-Sound devise used during the choreographic process of creation:

Michał Silski, Włodzimierz Jan Zakrzewski.

Special thanks: Embassy of Israel, Lubelski Dance Theater,

Warsaw Dance Department, Jadwiga Majewska, Sharon Zukerman-Weizer,

Shiri Teicher-Sabach, Noa Shiloh, Alon Karniel, Rosalind Noctor and Savta.

Supported by Mifal HaPais Council for the Culture and Arts.

Review in TaniecPOLSKA by Izabela Stańdo: Dialog, czyli płaszczyzna spotkania

Review in TEATR magazin by Alicja Müller: Przy wspólnym stole

Living Leaving

Choreography and performance: Adi Weinberg-Prejna

Sound design and original music: Daniel Sapir

Music: Mum, Sogar

About the creation

The inspiration for this solo was taken from a painting by Miriam

Cabessa that presents a tiny couple of red palms drowning in the

distance while a bigger couple is smeared downwards in an endless blue space.

This piece of art itself and it’s painting technique created a strong feeling of

a silent scream that I wish to translate to a physical texture and was connected

to a whole inner world that was hidden inside me, locked freedom.

During the process of creation, new layers were added from my personal life and from a book I have read; “Gentleman Overboard” by Herbert Clyde Lewis, a black comedy about a wall street banker who falls overboard while travelling on a freighter in the South Pacific and drowns. 

The combination of both, paint and book, is connected and supporting the emotion of being helpless during a lost fight in front of much bigger force in an endless world, such an ocean, or that parallel inner world that exists inside me, my body, imagination or soul.

Im aiming to explore this small insignificant human being that is trying to struggle and to penetrate through this place to a very basic instinct of survival, giving up, being swallowed and defeated. Like that drowning person facing the rising water, accepting them, floating on them, physically and emotionally.

Using these emotions and sensations I was trying to build a body language by researching tensions, objectification, floatation with my body in the space around me.

Trailer of Living Leaving documentary fragments: Patricja Planik 



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