Workshops refer to the teaching of juggling. A variety of workshops are held, from common juggling types such as balls and clubs to props with which there are few opportunities to learn, such as umbrellas.
Furthermore, teachers are jugglers with a rich degree of experience, offering a wide range of workshops from those aimed at total beginners to those in which high-level techniques are taught.
"I reside in the countryside and there is no-one around me to teach me..."
"I am practicing this trick but I have become stuck..."
"I want to be able to do that trick that person does..."
JJF workshops meet the needs of those who have the above wishes.
In addition, "breakout" sessions will be held in which tricks for specific props and categories can be shared with others.
Workshops can be attended by any JJf participant for free.
As there is no fee regardless of the number of workshops participated in, please feel free to participate in as many as you wish in order to improve your juggling.
Pre-registration by JJF participants is not required for workshops and breakout sessions.
Please congregate at the workshop/breakout location at the appropriate time.
As a rule each workshop is performed individually, so partipants are welcome to take part in whichever workshops that are of interest.
Workshop content will mainly consist of explanations and practice.
It may be worthwhile to keep a notepad with you in order to not forget about the content of the workshop.
Why don't you try being a teacher?
We are currently accepting applications to volunteer as teachers for workshops at JJF2016. There are no requirements for teacher level of the level of the workshop.
However, participation as a teacher is limited to JJF participants.
For those who have thought "I want to convey the fun of juggling to beginners," or "I want to teach tricks to others," why not try becoming a teacher?
If you have interest in teaching at JJF2016, please send an email to email@example.com including the below information.
In the coming days details of workshops will be introduced on this page.
- Workshop name
- Teacher name
- Goals of the workshop
- Target participants for the workshop
- Workshop structure
- What items are required for participation
- Comment by the teacher (a message, notes, addition information etc.)
- Teacher introduction (HP link, future activities etc.) *This item is optional.
- Desired date (prefer October 8th (Sat), or a day other than Sunday etc.)
- Desired time (typically a 1 hour period is arranged, please let us know if an extension is required)
At previous JJFs there were a wide range of workshops held, not only workshops related to tricks and performance but also breakout sessions, introductary lessons for uncommon props, reports of juggling events etc.
This year too we hope that a wide range of workshops will be held. In order to do this we require the cooperation of JJF participants.
Please feel free to get in touch, regardless of whether you have teaching experience or it is your first time.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any opinions or questions related to workshops.
JJF2016 workshop managers Tokugawa Ryosuke, Yoko Namatame