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.


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…and with that, support your fellow dancers!
We aim to make our classes as affordable as possible. Rather than asking for a set fee of say £10-£12, we’d like you to pay what you can. Paying a little more helps another dancer take part in the class. This is applicable to ALL classes throughout the term!



Please note, there are NO classes on Sunday 3rd November, all other classes continue as scheduled until Wednesday 18th December (and we’ll go for drinks afterwards…)

Wednesday 20.00 – 21.30 – ADVANCED
St Margaret’s Institute / Polstead Road

Saturday 10.00 – 11.30 – ADVANCED
St Luke’s Church / Canning Crescent

Sunday 17.00 – 18.00 – BEGINNERS 
Magdalen College School Oxford | Dance Studio / Cowley Place

Sunday 18.00 – 19.30 – INTERMEDIATE
Magdalen College School Oxford | Dance Studio / Cowley Place



We are looking to introduce new classes to extend our dance offer in Oxford form 2020, and would love to find out about your preferences on timings and locations, as well as what sort of new classes YOU want.. please take 3 min to fill in this short survey, and tell us your thoughts!


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.



Have you ever wanted to take part in a Flashmob? Did you ever want to perform alongside a professional company?

Did you ever want to learn more about Justice in Motion’s creative practice and work with us? Then here is your chance to try it out, and have a performance opportunity!

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 PDF below for more information and get in touch with Anja Meinhardt to book a workshop for your school or organisation: info@justiceinmotion.com

BOUND Workshop Pack

BOUND Education Pack (to follow)

After our successful JUST.MOTION series, we offered a series of ACROBATIC workshops, leading up to the British Acrobatics Festival in Oxford in August 2016. www.britishacrobatics.org
This series was led by a variety of teachers and supported by Oxford City Council. (photo credit: Jonathan Last)

Acro Flyer (final)


We host workshops of different disciplines in Oxford and invite a variety of well-known and experienced instructors to teach those. Our workshops are open to all levels.

Previous workshops include:

THE LOST CHILD PRACTICE (2015) – with David Glass / more info

ACROBALANCE (just.motion 2015) – with Jamie Higgins / more info

PHYSICAL THEATRE (just.motion 2015) – with Danny Scott / more info

KRAV MAGA (just.motion 2015)- with Olga Kuznetsova / more info

CONTACT IMPROVISATION (just.motion 2014) – with Magalie Lanriot / more info

We also teach workshops in various disciplines ourselves, 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: in.motion@justiceinmotion.co.uk

workshop 11

in.motion dance

in.motion dance is our semi-professional dance company comprising of students from our dance classes, which offers performance opportunities alongside the regular dance training. Participation by audition only and regular attendance at our classes required.

Here an image from PLASMA which was performed by in.motion dance at the Pegasus Theatre, during ‘Moving with the Times’ as part of Dancin’ Oxford 2016, and subsequently Donald Hutera’s Women GOLive festival at the Old Fire Station.