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Goldsmiths Guest Lecture

Earlier this month I ran a day workshop for the first years of the MA in Dance Movement Psychotherapy. Somatic Resources for Practice – Coming back to Ourselves, Being in the body, Being in Relationship. This workshop invites our playful, present and compassionate selves to turn up, helping us find our way in our movement […]

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Dads – September Offer

September Offer : 2 for 1 (Half Price when you bring another Dad who’s not been before) Introduce another Dad/Male Carer to Rock and Roll Dads – Offer available in both the Babies and Toddler groups. I’ve been running Dads Movement Play Sessions for nearly 2 years and over 40 Dads/Male carers have come along. […]

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Somatic Resources

Drawing on all my Somatic Resources over the next few days: Seeing Clients in Exeter and London – teenagers, adults, resolving early life and on going health themes Running 2 Rock and Roll Dads groups – Movement Play for men and their babies and young children – easeful rolling, giggling, rocking, crawling, pushing sliding … […]

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Dads Sessions this Weekend

Take Some Time Out It’s the first Saturday of the month, so the chance for Dads to get moving and have some breathing space. Saturday 6th June Rock & Roll Dads. 10.30am – 12 . Totnes Childrens Centre. Details here. Dads, Grandads, Uncles and Male Carers welcome with their babies, up-to before the baby can independently […]

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Goldsmiths Teaching

Started my teaching at Goldsmiths, MA in Dance Movement Psychotherapy, this week. Great to meet the staff and students, and find my way around the place. I’m covering a colleague’s maternity leave, teaching a Dance Lab module – that follows key body systems (skin, bone, muscle, organ etc) to support students exploring their embodied movement […]

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Workshop Announced – 25th Jan 2017 – Preston

Movement Resources for Reflective Practice Wednesday, 25th January 2017, 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm  UCLAN, Preston. Fee: £30 (£25 UCLan Graduates)  Book here.  Open to all dancers, movement practitioners, bodyworkers, therapists, and those with an interest in how our bodies and movement support our work in the field of health and wellbeing. How do you reflect on the […]

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