We offer regular classes in contemporary dance in Oxford, taught by professional and experienced instructors. Our classes are fun and energetic – and although also technical, the emphasis is on the enjoyment of dance and movement & the freedom to express.

“Going to dance class with Justice in Motion is always the highlight of my week. I appreciate the wholesome environment, the positive energy from all the dancers, and of course, a chance to forget the busy life and get lost in the beautiful artistic creations.” 

“The teachers are good at breaking down the moves so we really catch the 
choreo. It’s truly wonderful, and I’m so thankful I get to be a part of the troop! I’d highly recommend Justice in Motion to anyone wanting to dance.” (participant) 


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Our Prices: 

TERM PAYMENT: for one specific class across the whole 7 week term. the more classes per week you attend, the cheaper each class. (Students & ODF members additionally get £2 off per class).
  • 1st class per week – £70 for 7 weeks (£10/class)
  • 2nd class per week – £63 for 7 weeks (£9/class)
  • 3rd class per week – £56 for 7 weeks (£8/class)

FLEXI CARD: you can choose to attend any of our classes during the specified term. for those needing to have a little more flexibility each week. (Students & ODF members additionally get £2 off per class).

  • 6 classes per term – £72 per card (£12/class)
  • 10 classes per term – £110 per card (£11/class)

DROP IN: for those not able to come regularly, or want to perhaps try out a class. No discounts on the drop in price.

  • £13 each class


COVID-19 Response

In line with the government advice to stop the spread of the coronavirus, we have made the very difficult decision to suspend all in.motion dance classes as of today and for the time being, in order to protect the health and wellbeing of our participants and teachers.

Clearly, this is not a decision that we wanted to make, especially at such short notice and half way through the term, …we sincerely apologise for any inconvenience caused.

The arts are at the centre of everything we do and, particularly at times of uncertainty, they play such an important part in bringing people together and lifting spirits. With that in mind, we are exploring ways in which we can engage in activity together and offer alternatives to our weekly classes.

So, fear not – we are looking into the possibility of continuing classes ONLINE and OUTDOORS 🙂
Stay tuned through social media, newsletter and WhatsApp, and we will inform you soon about how to participate in those classes!
We will also keep you up-to-date as the situation changes and thank you for understanding and continued support at this very challenging time.

New Classes from January 2020!

Term 1 2020: 6th January – 23rd February

Term 2 2020: 24th February – 19th April (no classes over Easter)

Term 3 2020: 20th April – 7th June

Term 4 2020: 8th June – 26th July


We’re introducing a NEW ACROBATICS CLASS every Monday evening from Term 2 (term sign ups only…) – with a Taster Session (£12) on Monday 17th February. Limited places for this one! sign up now by sending us an email. 

BODY WORK – Monday 8.30am – 9.30am
St Clement’s Centre, Cross Street, Cowley.

St Clement’s Centre, Cross Street, Cowley.

NEW!! ACROBATICS – Monday 7.30pm – 9.30pm
St Luke’s Church, Canning Crescent.

ADVANCED CONTEMPORARY DANCE – Wednesday 8pm – 9:30pm  
St Margaret’s Institute, 30 Polstead Road.

BEGINNERS CONTEMPORARY DANCE – Thursday 6.30pm – 7.30pm 
Marston URC Church, 352 Marston Road.

FLYING LOW – Thursday 7.30pm – 9pm 
Marston URC Church, 352 Marston Road.

ADVANCED CONTEMPORARY DANCE – Saturday 10am – 11.30am 
East Oxford Community Centre, 44 Princes Street, Cowley.

East Oxford Community Centre, 44 Princes Street, Cowley.


Our Dance Classes:

We are introducing new classes to extend our dance offer in Oxford from 2020:

Contemporary Dance BEGINNERS / INTERMEDIATE / ADVANCED is a style of expressive dance that combines elements of several dance genres, and is taught through guided and fun exercises, leading to short sequences at all levels. These classes draw from influences of flying low/passing through, capoeira, yoga and release technique.

Flying Low focuses mainly on the dancer’s relationship with the floor. The class uses simple movement patterns that involve breathing, speed and the release of energy throughout the body in order to activate the relationship between the centre and the joints, moving in and out of the ground more efficiently by maintaining a centred state.

Body Work has a purpose to educate the body, not on a superficial level of mimicking form, but on a profoundly deep level of understanding the full use of the body as an integral whole to maximise full function of each individuals unique movement potential.

Acrobatics (more soon)



We offer a variety of workshops both during our tours as well as ongoing.

In conjunction to our tour with BOUND, we are offering tailored workshops to the local community, schools and dance / theatre groups. If you’re interested, then check out the BOUND Workshop Pack for more information and get in touch to book a workshop for your school or organisation: info@justiceinmotion.com

We also offer Parkour Residencies in conjunction with our production ON EDGE, which can be booked alongside a performance or by itself as workshops spanning 1-5 days.


We also teach workshops in various disciplines, which are led by the artistic director or performers of the company, these include:


For more information or to book any of these workshops, please get in touch via: info@justiceinmotion.co.uk


workshop 11


















in.creation is our choreographic dance project & semi-professional dance company comprising of dancers from our advanced classes, which offers choreographic and performance opportunities alongside the regular dance training. Participation is by invitation, and regular attendance at our classes required.


Here performed by some of our in.motion dancers PLASMA (image by Stu Allsop) at the Old Fire Station, presented in 2016 at Moving With The Times, and subsequently at Women GoLive (curated by Donald Hutera).

Further projects have involved the IN.MOTION JUKEBOX, which was presented on Bonn Square as a Fundraiser for Justice in Motion in 2019.

The next project (from April 2020) will be in conjunction with Dr Bronwyn Tarr (researcher at Oxford University) called MOVING TOGETHER: Loneliness and Connectivity – interest in participating can be expressed now.