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Reconnection Through Movement – Open Level Movement Workshop

Reconnection Through Movement – Open Level Movement Workshop
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£25 Early Bird / £30 thereafter

As a multidisciplinary mover, Aneta would like to share with you some examples and insights into her training which helped her to create a body able to adapt to various physical challenges and movement stimulus.

Aneta will introduce students to the results of many years worth of movement research between capoeira, her own practice and her training as a professional dancer.
During workshops, she prioritiesan ethical and individual approach to the students and supportive group dynamic that’s why the upcoming training has limited spaces available.


This workshop is the result of over 16 years of research and physical practice within many different movement cultures. Using mediums such as Soft Acrobatics, Floor Work, Qi Gong, Release Technique, Flying Low, Contemporary Dance, Contact Improvisation and some Capoeira concepts of playfulness and resilient body.

Aneta would like to explore the body in the relation to self, others and the concepts of internal and external space. We will investigate ways to incorporate the total physical awareness necessary for Capoeira, whose roots partly lie in the art of fighting, into the more meditative world of release technique.

The aim is to introduce the possibility of building soft transitions between different movement forms and between different movement dynamics. We will be looking at the importance of breathing, physical and internal space, mental preparation, the psychosomatic system and the anatomy to search for the most effective way to use the body in specific movement tasks, flow and movement sequences.

(not previous experience required, suitable for everyone with regular physical practice)



When booking for a Workshop please note that we can only provide a full refund
(less £10 admin fee) for cancellations made more than 28 days before the start date.

Once you have committed to a course or workshop it is your responsibility to attend the scheduled number of sessions.


Aneta Zwierzynska is a professional dancer, performer, capoeira teacher and choreographer. Aneta obtained a double MA degree from Anton Bruckner University in Austria in Movement Research and Dance Pedagogy. She has trained and worked in Poland, Greece, France, Portugal, Austria, Brazil and the U.K. Her movement research was sponsored by the Minister of Culture and National Heritage of Poland. Her first movement research was carried out in Brazil based on the possibility to exchange the knowledge and experience from contemporary dance and capoeira practice. Her second master degree was inspired by the Dance movement Psychotherapist Beatrice Allegranti from Roheampton University.

She based her thesis on exploring the topics of body politics and embodied ethics. In her pedagogical and movement practice Aneta is using her knowledge and experience from different movement cultures such as: contemporary dance, release technique, yoga, gyro-kinesis, qi gong, capoeira , flying low, floor work, bartenieff fundamentals, spiral dynamics and contact improvisation. She was performing with various dance companies in Europe and Brazil. Some which include E33 Dance Company (Rambert Theatre), Guarini Dance Company, Animal Radio, Sean Graham, Alter Dance, Theatre, Modrzejewska, Breaking Convention (Saddler Wells Theatre), Liz King, D.ID, Tanztheater Springschuh (Tanz Quartier), and Schauaacker Feat Cia, Teater Avatar. Currently she is working as dancer/ performer for Beatrice Allegranti Dance Theatre.
She was also main choreographer of a life performance by Eliza Wren/ LoEx music . She teaches regular classes and workshops and promotes her unique combination of contemporary dance and capoeira.. She teaches professional classes internationally for such as institutions as Artdanse Toulouse, Danc.c.e Athens Greece , Studio 26s -Thessaloniki, The Place London, London Studio Center, Rambert, Grotowski Institute. In 2016, she was selected to be the main choreographer for the opening ceremony of the European Capital of Culture. Aneta is also certificated Yoga teacher by Nepal Yoga Home.

KRE8 Lab with Marso

KRE8 Lab with Marso
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£25 Early Bird
£30 thereafter

Marso is known for his unique style of movement and deliver performance, education, and
residency work across the dance sector both in the UK and abroad.
Based on an experimental and physiological approach to flow and travel, his signature
style of work often evolves and is inspired from Martial arts, Breakin, Popping,
Contemporary Release, Spirals, Yoga and various movement concepts….
“At the heart of my work is education and community. I believe that everyone regardless of
age or ability should have access to high quality dance opportunities.”
Past & present relationships with organisations:
Hong Kong Academy For Performing Arts, Dancexchange, TripSpace, Birmingham
Hippodrome, UK Centres of Advance Training, Dance4, The Place London, Yorkshire
Dance, Breakin Convention, Rambert School, Wolverhampton University, La Caldera,
Barcelona Centre Civic, Sadlers Wells, CCN Creteils Paris, Adage Bordeaux FR. Acosta
Danza, Danza Contemporenea de Cuba
Styles offered: Mixed movement concepts to include but not limited to Breakin’,
Streetdance (Popping, Choreography, Hip Hop), Contemporary Dance.

What to expect:
• The class will explore how to flow between breakin and other movement
techniques, refining extensions and “released” versus “dynamic” movement
• Weight distribution and movement concepts through short improvisation, traveling
sequences and technical drills.
• The class is aimed to develop all professional dancers, from those in professional
training through to Bboys and Bgirls/streetdancers wanting to develop their range of
movement or simply wanting to take part in a fun and physical morning dance class


Based in the U.K, Marso is the founder of Company Decalage, GalleryMarso and “KRE8!”.
He produces eclectic and inter-disciplinary works rooted to Hip Hop culture.
His track record as a performer, producer, workshop leader, mentor, award winning choreographer and photographer is rich with amazing collaborations and achievements.
In the last 20 years he has established himself as a major force in both the contemporary dance, and Breakin’ (Breakdance) worlds.
He has created numerous touring works for Company Decalage and independently been commissioned by Carlos Acosta for Acosta Danza, Sharleen Spiteri (Texas), Sampad, The Royal Academy of Dance, Birmingham Hippodrome, People Dancing, Dancexchange, Birmingham International Dance Festival, The Place Prize, Breakin Convention, The Cultural Olympiad, The Aurora Orchestra, King’s Cross NC1, Danza Contemporenea De Cuba, The British Council and Hong Kong APA.
more info:
IG: @marsoriviere


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£40/£35 EARLY BIRD before 6th Frb

Far From The Norm is the cornerstone of the hip hop community in the UK and is a critically and publicly renowned dance theatre company, led by Artistic Director Botis Seva. Far From The Norm performers bring to the studio a range of dance styles from Popping to Breaking, Krump to House, and it is with their informed knowledge of different dance styles that Botis is able to question, learn and translate what else is possible.
Led by two of Far From The Norm’s core artists, Victoria Shulungu and Shangomola Edunjobi will introduce you to Far From The Norm’s signature methodology and training using different street dance styles to navigate highly physical movement.


Victoria Shulungu

Victoria is a versatile dance artist, who has trained in many different Hip-Hop styles, particularly in Poppin and has been with Far From The Norm since 2012. She has immersed in the psychological process of her artistry – every movement has an intention and conveys a story or feeling. This workshop will focus on Poppin, and together you will use the technique to break down ways to apply the style to your individual movement practice.

More about Victoria here


Shangomola Edunjobi

Shangomola’s movement mixes Hip-Hop styles alongside jazz elements of Lindy Hop, Tap and Charleston to create a fusion of unique movement and rhythms. Having international experience as a performer and competitor, he strives to bring an inspiring and character driven piece to the stage every time. Shangomola’s workshop will deconstruct breaking floorwork to access different ways of moving at ground level – developing groove, fluidity and pathways for travelling.

More about Shangomola here