Movement is communication. Its a dialogue that we can have with others and ourselves. It is an out-let of self expression and creativity. Movement and dance is accessing the same parts of the brain as play, and play is where we learn and grow. It can help us to be ok with making mistakes and trying new things.

Through improvisation and experimentation we can bring about changes and new ways of being. When we share this with others we can build bonds and connection. This is vital for us to feel a sense of belonging and help with self esteem issues. It allows us to access deeper emotions and express them through the creative process. Movement and dance keeps our physical bodies healthy and able, as well as our hearts and minds connecting to our body for more balance and harmony in our everyday lives.

There will be some guidance and activities which allow people to find their own creative expressions. These activities will support those who do not find that easy, with ways to explore and enable this, and for those who find it easier, to deepen in their expression.

There are three different types of workshops the one that is once a month looks like this:

If life is a stage, then what characters do you play? Have you ever though about changing your roles? Improvised, Dance Movement & Performance Class. This group will take place once a month. This is for anyone who would like to find an outlet for self expression, performance, connection with others, to dance from the heart and keep our bodies and minds mobile and to go a little deeper into the stage of life.

Workshop 2:  Once a month Intuitive Free From Dance and Movement – for everyone who likes to dance.


And the other : This is an inclusive dance and performance class, catered for people with all different sorts of needs. Offering a space to connect to other people and find new ways to express ourselves through our creativity. Through dance movement and performance. There will be a performance for this group at the end of the each year.   I am based in Townshend Hayle and sometimes in Penzance.