Workshops

New dates: Sat 9th & Sun 17th Sept


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We often spend prolonged periods sitting down, which can lead to issues around the hips and back. Spend a day treating your hips and back to some flexibility.

“Are you Sitting Comfortably” workshop is on Saturday the 9th September.

Booking is essential, and as space is very limited, payment will be in advance. 

Please email me for more information and payment details.

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Are you suffering for your art? Or would like to perform at your optimum with more freedom and expressivity?

Performance Anxiety is something many of us work around, or struggle with. It seems many of us face this in different ways at different times through our careers.

It still remains a taboo in the professional world, and not talked about openly in a professional environment, but I thought to face it head on in this series of workshops.

Aimed at musicians, (of any instrument, voice, or genre), but equally applicable to those who have to give spoken word performances, speeches or presentations,  these workshops will work through the medium of body in order to find an easy way past the conscious brain.

By understanding how the physical body manifests the emotions and thoughts, we can also make that part of the solution.  You will leave with strategies, solutions and ideas to practise.

This first workshop is on Sunday the 17th September 2017 near Old Street, 10.30-5.30

Booking is essential, and as space is very limited, payment will be in advance. 

Please email me for more information and payment details.

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I teach regular ” Feldenkrais for Musicians “ workshops.

I have been a guest lecturer at the Royal College of Music, the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, for the Musicians Union, and  the RNCM.

Workshops have included:

Psychology in Performance: using Feldenkrais to help overcome Stage Fright, and

Feldenkrais as Secret Ninja Practice: Using Feldenkrais to make everyday practise easier.

Bodywork for String Players: using Shoulders, arms and hands with less effort.

For more information about these please contact me
You will need to wear comfortable clothes you can move easily in, layers to keep warm, and bring a mat.

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