About the event
MOVEMENT TASTER WORKSHOP with award winning choreographer, movement therapist and Asian dancer, Anusha Subramanyam from Beeja dance company Anusha returns to St George’s by popular demand, participants of last year’s workshop described it as: ‘inspiring’, amazing’, and ‘exhilarating’!
Open Spaces returns with a range of exciting creative activities bringing science medicine and healthcare into dialogue with the arts and humanities. The year begins with a series of movement workshops. In a period where most of us are glued to our screens, this lunchtime taster session offers a chance to move, breathe and connect with each other. Join Anusha, peers and colleagues for a one-hour taster workshop delivered via Zoom on Tuesday 29th September, 12:30pm – 1:30pm.
To register, click here.
If you enjoy the taster workshop, consider attending Anusha’s full sessions on the first Monday of each month during the autumn term. All sessions are free. The workshops will encourage participants to find and explore their own possibilities of movement, through building awareness of sensations within the body and exploring improvised movement and the use of breath. Elements of Indian dance, yoga and somatic practice will be incorporated into the sessions, highlighting the value of movement to health promotion and well-being. Accompanied by live music, vocal and percussion.
No previous experience of movement or dance necessary and this workshop is suitable for all abilities. All students and staff are welcome.
Monday 5th October – 4:30pm – 6pm
Monday 2nd November – 4:30pm – 6pm
Monday 7th December – 4:30pm – 6pm
Initially sessions will be delivered remotely. For further information and to register please click here.