Following popular request, this introductory movement class returns to Small World Theatre. Join Jo Shapland for an all day class designed to prepare and awaken your bodymind through Asian martial/meditation arts and dance. This inspiring class includes elements of Chinese t’aichiquan, Indian yoga and the closely related martial art kalarippayatu. It is suitable for people with different levels of physical ability and not necessarily with any previous experience, and it is hoped that long-term practice will build confidence, strength and an intuitive awareness invaluable for solo and ensemble dance and performance. Suitable for ages 16+
A workshop drawing on the methods of Phillip Zarrilli and , who I have trained with since 1998, and my own experience over the last 30 years. Hosted by Small World Theatre on July 11th 2015
URCHIN: Dancing on the Edge
A new project with Crafted Space
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I’m currently familiarising my bodymind with the top secret wildflower I’ll dance at this… it’s rather gorgeous and very common, though you might not have heard of it! Click on image for a closer look and details
I will be teaching this one day workshop at Small World Theatre. Click on the image to see details
more photos here: https://mantroi.wordpress.com/photographs/
…into the woods with some cameras and favourite clothes…
Liberty Martin of the Nightingale Theatre interviewed me about ‘Being in Place’. To read this please go to the Nightingale Blog. And go to written stuff for an unedited version.
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Tagged Being in Place, Creative Wales Award, Dance, drawing into dance, drawing into performance, Jo Shapland, Liz Aggiss, man troi, Music, Site Specific Performance, Small-Scale Theatre.