Workshops
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INVERSIONS WORKSHOP with Daniella Livingston

INVERSIONS WORKSHOP with Daniella Livingston
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3-5pm

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Price Price

£20

Turn your world upside down!

During this workshop we will breakdown various inversions, such as headstand, forearm balance, crow and more. We will work on a range of strength and flexibility drills to help students build the confidence to bring inversions into their practice. If you have some experience and want to take your inversions to the next level then this class will give you all the tips and tricks to safely and steadily build on those foundations.

Gyrokinesis Workshop – a 2 hour experience for the movement curious.

Gyrokinesis Workshop – a 2 hour experience for the movement curious.
Time Time

Date Date
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What’s the Gyrokinesis Method?

This method has been specifically designed by ballet dancer Juliu Horvath, to help people move their body in circular and fluid sequences without impact on the joints. Due to its focus on breath and continuous spiralling movements, this method has been proven to be pertinent for improving alignment, breath, strength, and flexibility simultaneously.
 
What’s the workshop about?
– introducing or learning more about the method’s sequences
– taking your knowledge of movement to a different level
– exploring ways to manage and prevent injuries
– finding enjoyment and relief within movement
 
What will we do?
– self-massage from head to toe
– align and mobilize the spine
– mobilize the pelvis; strengthen pelvic floor
– connect breathing patterns with movement
– build core stability through breath and contrast
– feel transitions between movements without strain
 
Who is it for?
Dancers, yogis, trainers, and movement enthusiasts of all levels.
 

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Bio

Kindall has worked with people of different ages, abilities, and backgrounds over the last 10+ years. She loves utilizing her experience and knowledge from Dance and Dance Science to further help each client increase fluidity in movement, strength and awareness in postural alignment. She is also a certified Gyrotonic trainer and has taken specific courses within the method such as Applications for Dancers and Pre and Post Natal Applications.

For more information about Kindall, visit: HERE

MOVEMENT MEDITATION + LIVE MUSIC / DJ SET with max & Magnus

MOVEMENT MEDITATION + LIVE MUSIC / DJ SET with max & Magnus
Time Time

6-8pm

Date Date
Price Price

£15

The workshop will provide a safe and curious space for people of all backgrounds and abilities to come together to find pleasure in their bodies through meditation and improvised movement. Participants will be offered gentle guidance in finding new ways to absorb sound into their bodies, and translate it into movement that is authentic to each individual.

Live music / DJ set from Magnus Westwell

OPEN TO ALL

Bio

Max Bio

Max Cookward is a London-based movement artist whose work spans across performance, choreography, movement direction, research and teaching.

Their current practice as a movement artist explores impermanence, queerness, transformation, club culture and Butoh.

As a performer, Max has danced professionally in works by artists such as Ohad Naharin, Damien Jalet + Sidi Larbi, Andrea Miller, Magnus Westwell, Rambert 2, KMDT, Theo Adams Company, Malikiscrycrycry and illyr.

As a Choreographer/ Movement Director Max has created work for clients including The V&A, Daniel Sannwald, MSGM, Dua Lipa and Tim Walker, with their work being shown on platforms such as Vogue, Modern Weekly and DUST.

Magnus Bio

Magnus Westwell is a Scottish Composer and Choreographer based in London. Magnus is currently a Young Associate Artist at Sadler’s Wells, with their work performed across the UK and Europe in theatre, club, gallery and festival contexts.

Magnus’ creations can be raw, romantic and haunting, often looking at the extremes of ecstasy and emptiness, as well as their experience of being queer and neurodivergent.

In live sets, Magnus manipulates violins to create complex soundscapes, experimenting with how orchestral textures can exist within contemporary electronic music.