with Laura Doehler.
Programmed by Siobhan Davies Studios.
Emphasising flow, breath and attunement to surroundings, these live online classes are an opportunity to enjoy moving in your own space with guidance and in the company of others. Develop confidence and articulacy in your dancing, through explorative, responsive and organically devised movement. In this accommodating class, Laura Doehler will lead participants to discover and create as they move, supporting personal expression and improvisation.
This is a live class, with a teacher present throughout. Streamed from Siobhan Davies Studios, Laura Doehler will guide participants through explorative movement, designed to be adaptable to the space you have available. In addition, pre-recorded audio guides will help you step away from the screen and provide moments to move at your own pace, assisted by the teacher.
For both beginner and intermediate levels to support confident and articulate dancing.
This class takes place online via Zoom. In advance of the class we advise that participants install Zoom. If you need support installing and introducing yourself to this software then please get in touch, we’ll be happy to help. Get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org.
13 Jan – 31 Mar 2021
6.30 – 7.45pm
£8/£6.50, Drop In
£48/£39 6-week Course Ticket
Picking up on impermanence and change Laura choses improvisation as the format to trace and train focus that observes change. She initiates collective processes that in themselves facilitate and disseminate an embodiment of ideas, which circle around social connectivity and manifest via events that people can participate in and witness. The shedding of boundaries of self and other and the integration of performance and practice as part of everyday life are reoccurring themes. The most recent work of Exit Map which Laura is founder of, The Shared Training Practice in SE London, the Free to Move Movement, and Trilogy Twerk a Sonata, are projects brought to life in close dialogue with other cross-disciplinary artists that build on collective ownership and are defined by processes; the product being ourselves changing. Laura Doehler, BA (Dance Theatre) and MA (Performance Making), teaches movement (release, CI, improvisation, composition and movement analysis) in HE at the National School of Circus Arts London. H2dance, Tara’ Darquin, Monsur Ali and Anne-Gaelle Thiriot are artists she is currently working with as performer, collaborator and researcher.