These classes will develop movement awareness through contemporary technique and movement vocabulary (Release Technique), as well as improvisational tasks and movement exploration.
These classes draw on principles of Release technique, emphasising flow, breath and connection with the floor. We will start with a warm-up to awaken the senses and tune awareness within the body and to the space, and then playfully you will explore dance material that builds to dynamic dance sequences.
Classes begin with a warm-up to awaken the senses and tune awareness within the body and to the space, and then playfully you will explore dance material that builds to dynamic dance sequences.
The classes will aim to let go of any unnecessary extras and consequently strives to use conscious and meaningful movements. These classes will be expressive, strong and artistic and will allow you to visualise your emotional state, let yourself go and experience your art on a deep level best described as “losing yourself in dance”.
Trinacria Teatro danza
Finalist Awarded @ The International Choreographic Cometition Groningen-The Netherlands
Improvised dance is about exploring the movement potential of our bodies and the creative potential of our minds. As this style focuses on your body's natural ability, it is perfectly suited to those with no experience in dance.
Everybody is welcome.
Laura moved to the UK in 1988 to train at the Laban Centre for Movement and Dance and has lived and worked in south London ever since. Laura’s professional dance career started with her award-winning multimedia ensembles, the Trinacria Teatro Danza and then the Compagnia Guarnera Guy, which took the International Choreographic Award in The Netherlands and the Leaders for London Millennium Award, in the UK. She has performed in Europe and Japan, all the time incorporating a sustained educational focus. Laura was Head of the Department of Contemporary Dance at the Performers College for over 20 years. Since 2012, she has been working as an independent movement artist and teacher.
Who is Playing with my D?
Ridings on the waves of instability
Just because you don`t see enough
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