Class Description | Morning Class | 18-22 February 2019Focusing on tuning awareness to develop connectivity and clarity through the body Annie’s classes often shift from deep anatomical explorations into full out solo, duet and ensemble dancing. Designed to nurture reflective and critical dialogue with our dancing through a combination of improvisation, set material and partnering/contact work; classes are rigorous, playful and experimental.
Trained in dance and visual arts, Annie has been working for 18 years as an independent dance artist in the UK and abroad. She has worked with a number of independent choreographers and as well with Siobhan Davies, Les Ballets C de la B, Beijing Dance Academy, Gati Dance Forum and CentroCentroCibeles Madrid.
Specialising in cross-disciplinary processes, she has collaborated with artists from theatre, music, architecture and the visual arts and choreographed over twenty-five works with professional and non-professional performers ranging in age, training, social and cultural backgrounds.
She is currently a guest lecturer at the University of Bedfordshire and Resident Artist at Greenwich Dance.
A certified Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapist (BCST) Annie treats clients on a one to one basis. The on-going research and application of experiential anatomy, physiology and health underpins and informs her dance practice and teaching.