Summer School 16-20 July 2012, 2-6pm
Landscapes and Stories - moving making and writing
A time to reconnect to our own creative impulse – taking time to open into the layers of our moving, exploring through image and story to find the themes and qualities that inspire our moving as teachers, performers, and choreographers.
Miranda Tufnell is a dance artist, writer and teacher in movement and imagination. She is also an Alexander teacher and Craniosacral Therapist.
Her work is concerned with improvisation, embodiment, and our sensuous and imaginative connection to the world around us.
With Chris Crickmay she has co-authored two handbooks on sourcing creative work entitled Body Space Image (1990) and A Widening Field (2004).
From 1990-2004 she worked part-time within the NHS for a GP surgery and set up a Breath of Fresh Air a dance and health project for people living with chronic illness.
She recently produced the 'Handbook for Dancers Working in Health (2010) commissioned by Foundation for Community Dance. She has two sons and currently lives near Oxford.
Most recently she has been Visiting Tutor at UCLAN (University of Central Lancashire) on their MA Dance and Somatic Wellbeing.