About

Feldenkrais

I’m a fully qualified Feldenkrais Practitioner, with full insurance and a member of the Feldenkrais Guild UK, subscribing to their code of ethics.  I’m an active member of the Feldenkrais Guild UK Board; currently the Board’s International Representative and Co-Manager for social media initiatives. I have a DBS check, 2017.

My practice is in Brixton and Shoreditch, London. I teach a regular public Feldenkrais schedule, including individual and group sessions. I hugely enjoy building a lively practice that includes people of all abilities, ages and backgrounds. I welcome children into my practice.

Performance

Working between the boundaries of theatre and dance my work uses movement and autobiographical stories to humanise what it is to be or have a body. Through performance and encompassing ideas of disability, I invite audiences to challenge their understanding of body and self, and to reconsider the social and medical constructions of the body.

MA in Performance Practices and Research from Central School of Speech and Drama (2010)

Inclusion

In 2009 weaving together my extensive training and over 15 years experience of working with children and young people on the autistic spectrum and with complex disabilities, I embedded my knowledge with my artistic and inclusive practices, to develop a creative way of working.

Individuals, companies and organisations I have worked with:

Feldenkrais Guild UK

FanSHEN Theatre 

Unlimited

everBODY dance

Andrew Dawson

Oily Cart Theatre Company

Westminster Society for People with Learning Disabilities 

GDance

Candoco Dance Company

Stopgap Dance Company

Graeae Theatre Company

Saffy Setohy

 

 

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