My dance background is eclectic, and all sorts of influences show up in my approach to holding dance space, from the 5Rhythms™ of Gabrielle Roth to Authentic Movement, and encompassing the work of dance artists on the independent dance scene.
I have been dancing since I was six years old (at least that’s the earliest I remember) and teaching conscious dance since 2010. I am also a Registered Somatic Movement Educator / Therapist and a yoga teacher / therapist with specialisms in joint hypermobility and complex trauma. I am the author of two books and numerous articles about the experience of being a body in movement.
I facilitate situations where dances can emerge, and it’s important to me to create containers that are both robust enough to hold safely and elastic enough to include whatever arises. I will offer support if you get stuck – perhaps by moving with you, offering touch, or suggesting a focus for your attention – but I want to get out of the way as much as possible, so that what happens is your dance, your experience, and I am a quiet witness.
I am autistic and welcome neurodifferent people to my dance spaces.
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