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We’re bringing Zoë Solomons back to Cardiff for more fantastic morning classes!
Zoe is also leading a full day workshop: Humans, on Wednesday 8th, following morning class at the Atrium.

In these classes we will explore universal anatomical and biomechanical principles.

With the aid of skeleton models and books we will apply our ideas in improvisation and set material. The class is a research context where all movers, regardless of background, contribute to the growth of shared knowledge.

This class in an opportunity for detailed research into the sensitivity of our body’s landing pathways: which invite a flowing relationship with ground, and therefore a slipstream to launch from.

This workshop is open to movers of all kinds and experience levels.

 

Mae gennym gronfa i gynorthwyo artistiaid o Gymru i dalu am deithio, llety, gwarchod plant, hwyluso mynediad i’r anabl neu unrhyw gostiau eraill.

Gellir cadw pedwar lle o flaen llaw (os ydych yn teithio o bell er enghraifft, neu angen cymorth neu’n gorfod trefnu gwarchod plant). Cysylltwch â ni i gadw eich lle.

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