DANCING WITH ADULTS
'You have a nurturing positive teaching style that enthuses and encourages everyone in class. Wednesday nights have been the highlight of my week'
- Rambert Open Level Participants
Amy teaches and facilities beginner to advance adult dance sessions. Her classes allow people to develop their skills in a friendly and relaxed environment.
Adult Class description:
Amy teaches a dynamic and playful release based class. The sessions begins with a structured improvisation before transitioning into set exercises and phrases which develop strength, coordination and stamina. Emphasis is placed on shifting through space, the extremities of suspension and fall and fundamentally, finding the joy of moving.
Her classes are lively, upbeat and inclusive, valuing each dancers individual movement quality and self
Please look for on the teaching page for her current adult classes.
DANCING WITH OLDER ADULTS
'Amy is able to enthuse and engage the participants of the Tuesday morning class. She encourages them to be open and communicate easily with her
-Ali Kaviani | Director of Projects Pembroke House
Amy is passionate about improving the health and well-being of older people through dance. She currently facilities creative dance sessions for older adults in a variety of settings including, care homes, day centres and community spaces.
She has worked with Pembroke House and Moving Waves in delivering seated dance sessions in care homes and day centres.
Her classes begin with a seated and / or standing warm up to mobiles and energise the body, joints and mind. Participants are then led through a series of coordinating and stretching sequences to develop movement memory, flexiability and strength. Creative movement follows which is inspired by a variety themes, props and music. The section is informed and infused with the participants own movement and creative suggestions, promoting creativity, communication self-expression and confidence.
The class closes with a cool down and relaxation to enable participants to refocus and bring their heart rate down to prevent injury.