Morning Training
Jan
10
to Dec 18

Morning Training

Weekly class during term time at Elizabeth House Community Centre. OPEN LEVEL, followed by shared lunch.

The Axis Syllabus is a body of information about human movement compiled and updated by the Axis Syllabus International Research Community. It is a jumping off point and clarifying force for human movement research.

Whatever your movement background you’re invited to delve into your body’s inherent intelligence. These classes are a research context where each mover can explore and contribute to the learning of the group. We will work with a theme each week, exploring anatomical and biomechanical concepts in movement. Because children are curious they can spend hours climbing trees without tiring, for us too our research is our training, and through it we will soften, groove, and sweat.

These classes are open to all with a desire to deepen their body knowledge and physical health. Please wear loose comfortable clothing. You're also warmly invited to stay, contribute and prepare lunch in our fully operating kitchen from 12.30.

I try to run all classes in accessible spaces and to make classes accessible. If you have access needs please get in touch.

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Jun
24
to Jun 28

HUMANS

  • Siobhan davies studios (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

HUMANS

The form of our bones evolved over millions of years in response to the need to move in our environment. These forms are a map of our movement history and a key to our movement present. In this workshop we learn to read the shapes of our bones and tissues. Anatomical study leads us in and into movement with intuitive, animal sensitivity and playful expansivity.

Cost £5

Location: Siobhan Davies Studios, 85 St Georges rd, SE1 6ER. Travel info:

http://www.independentdance.co.uk/who/where/find-us/

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May
8
to May 10

HUMANS Wales

  • Siobhan davies studios (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

HUMANS

The form of our bones evolved over millions of years in response to the need to move in our environment. These forms are a map of our movement history and a key to our movement present. In this workshop we learn to read the shapes of our bones and tissues. Anatomical study leads us in and into movement with intuitive, animal sensitivity and playful expansivity.

Cost £5

Location: Cardiff. Various locations. Please see Groundwork pro webiste for full details:

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Monday Night Improvisation
Feb
4
6:30 PM18:30

Monday Night Improvisation

Open to all levels. An environment where work and play co-exist, exploring a diversity of approaches to improvisation. Axis Syllabus: Rivers and roots

Landing into body landscapes; the curves and surfaces of our body that invite rolling, tumbling and falling. Places to push off from, anchor into and launch out of. Taking inspiration from the functionality of climbing and the subtle movement play of tango, we unpick anatomical puzzles and muddle ourselves in movement, finding rivers and roots.

http://www.independentdance.co.uk/author/zoe-solomons/

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rivers and roots
Jun
16
to Jun 21

rivers and roots

The curves and surfaces of our body that invite rolling, tumbling and falling. Places to push off from, anchor into and launch out of. Taking inspiration from climbing, and the subtle movement play of tango, we unpick anatomical puzzles and muddle ourselves in movement, finding rivers and rootsThe curves and surfaces of our body that invite rolling, tumbling and falling. Places to push off from, anchor into and launch out of. Taking inspiration from climbing, and the subtle movement play of tango, we unpick anatomical puzzles and muddle ourselves in movement, finding rivers and roots

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Morning Training
May
2
to May 23

Morning Training

Weekly class hosted by MoveMe at Elizabeth House Community Centre

The Axis Syllabus is a body of information about human movement compiled and updated by the Axis Syllabus International Research Community. It is a jumping off point and clarifying force for all who seek to unravel and savour the perpetual process of human movement research.

Whatever your movement background you’re invited to delve into your body’s inherent intelligence. These classes are a research context where each mover can explore and contribute to the learning of the group. We will work with a theme each week, exploring anatomical and biomechanical concepts in movement. Because children are curious they can spend hours climbing trees without tiring, for us too our research is our training, and through it we will soften, groove, and sweat.

These classes are open to all with a desire to deepen their body knowledge and physical health. Please wear loose comfortable clothing. You're also warmly invited to stay, contribute and prepare lunch in our fully operating kitchen from 12-1pm.

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Nov
27
to Nov 30

Morning training

Tripspace projects. 11am-1pm £5

http://www.tripspace.co.uk/class/538/zoe-solomons-facilitates-pro-dance-training/

Understanding increments - moving in flow.

Through improvisation and set movements we explore universal motion principles. Movement phrases are constructed around anatomical integrity and the efficiency of myofascia to create spring, flow and elasticity. Cyclic dance patterns work with musical rhythm to build dynamic groove and sweat. An opportunity for sensitive, playful and wild dances.

This class may include elements of contact improvisation or bodywork.

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