Professional Dance
TRAINING
Monday to Friday 11am-12:30pm

Check what ONGOING PRODANCE TRAINING we have coming up!

We want to encourage dancers to make Yoga an integral part of their training!
DUO OFFER: 1 x YOGA + 1 xPRO-DANCE TRAINING for £16

To reserve a space in the Yoga class please write to hello.tripspace@gmail.com you can pay for this class on the door , it’s £8.
If you can not make it please tell us in advance so the space becomes available for someone else.
Thank you.

Bridget Lappin

facilitates ProDance Training

Time Time

11-12:30pm

Date Date
19th-22nd July
Price Price

£8

Bridget draws on her background in both contemporary and traditional Celtic folk dance to create material that challenges musicality, speed, athleticism and nuance.
The main aim of her class is to create space within the body, mind and spirit to enable freedom of movement and expression.
The class begins with guided improvisation using imagery and dynamics to awaken different possibilities within the body. Then, the class progresses into exploring floor work and footwork elements, using playfulness and repetition to imprint efficiency of movement into the body.
The class will culminate in a choreographic sequence which serves as a celebration of what we have discovered and created throughout the class.

Bio

Bridget Lappin is a dance artist, performer and choreographer currently based in London, UK.
Originally from the east coast of Canada, Bridget trained at London Contemporary Dance School. She has performed with Richard Alston Dance Company (UK), Bern Ballett (CH), Humanah Productions (UK/SE), Peut-Être Theatre (UK), and Glyndebourne Opera Festival (UK) and has worked with several independent choreographers in both Canada and the UK.

As a solo artist, Bridget has presented her own choreographic work in several international platforms including Resolution (UK), Kinetic Studio (CA) and Tanz Made in Bern (CH). Her dance practice is rooted in improvisation and seeks to explore topics of identity and feminism by subverting pop culture and philosophy. She is a Member of Chisenhale Dance Space where she was awarded a residency to develop her solo practice through the Next Stages Programme.

Bridget has been on the Contemporary Dance Faculty at Ross Creek Centre for the Arts’s “Dance Summer Dance Programme” since 2016 and has taught both children and professional classes for C-12 Dance Theatre, Chisenhale Dance Space, and Kinetic Studio.

Becky Namgauds

facilitates ProDance training

Time Time

11 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

Date Date
TBC
Price Price

£8

This class will focus on skills for moving on the floor and upside with confidence and speed.
Drawing from contemporary dance techniques and elements from Capoeira we will move with flow, weight, spirals and momentum.

The class will begin with yoga and conditioning exercises to prepare the body before focusing on various movements during crossings followed by either a phrase or improvisational tasks.

Bio

BIO:

 

Becky Namgauds is a choreographer and performer based in London. She has created work for theatres, outdoor festivals, galleries and music videos and has collaborated with Hofesh Shechter Company and LIFT (London International Festival of Theatre). Her show Like Honey was part of the British Council Edinburgh Showcase 2019 and her outdoor work Rodadoras tours nationally and internationally.
As a performer she has worked for The National Theatre & Marianne Elliot, Marion Motin, Holly Blakey amongst others. Working across commercial dance to art installation, Becky’s experience creates a wholesome practice, incorporating physically challenging and disciplined training which later transforms into movement initiated from emotion and staying connected to the music.

Lucija Božicevic

facilitates ProDance training

Time Time

11am-12:30am

Date Date
TBC
Price Price

£40

Lucija creates a dynamic class where we push and expand the boundaries of physical strength, stamina and creativity at once. The class is for contemporary dance artists that wish to grow in endurance, expression and focus.
We will be multitasking and overlapping ideas and sensations.
After articulating and dissecting the body into micro pieces we will get to the place where we feel as one homogenous instrument of power. Warming up absolutely every cell and opening all the senses. When we dissolve our minds and bodies we gain the freedom to and reprogram the system. We build ourselves from scratch. The new constellation of thoughts and movement articulation provides us with choice in movement and an open, reenergised body. The body is ready to learn, relearn, fail and explore set of choreographed phrases that were based on these insights.
It is all about experiencing that first smell of freedom that pushes you into the world and makes you conquer, investigate and let go of your physical boundaries.
Creating the space for yourself where mountains can be moved.

 

Bio

BIO:

 

Born and raised in Zagreb, Croatia. As a child she was trained in sports gymnastics, which eventually led to her first dance steps. She joined the ‘Contemporary Dance School Ana Maletic’ in Zagreb. After graduating she went to the Academy of Theatre and Dance in Amsterdam. In the Netherlands she worked alongside choreographers such as; Liat Tamar Waysbort (Batsheva Dance Company), Julio Cesar Iglesias Ungo (Ultima vez), Milan Tomasik (Les Slovaks) and Roser Lopez Espinosa.
At the moment Lucija is a dancer and perfomer in Jasmin Vardimon Company and a member of the cast in the provoking immersive art performance ‘The Waldorf Project’ directed by Sean Rogg and choreographed by AΦE