For the time being our classes are being held in virtual space on ZOOM. You can simply download the app, and login via a link in order to take part and enjoy the fun and energy of a shared dance experience online.
All our tutors are professional instructors and their goal is to make sure you enjoy the class and express yourself through the joy of dance and freedom of movement.
BOOK ON – just send us a quick email to firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know you’d like to take part, and we’ll send you the link and login details (this only needs to be done once before the first class).
Simply click on the link that will be sent to you, make sure your sound and video are ON. Select “Speaker View” on the top right corner of your screen to enlarge the teacher’s image.
Please note these classes are offered on the basis that all who join take responsibility for their own physical and mental well-being and practice these online classes at their own risk. You fully accept and assume all responsibility for injury or damage that may result from your participation in the class. You release and hold harmless Justice in Motion, its teachers, and other participants with respect to any or all injury or damages arising from the activity to the fullest extent permitted by law.
Current weekly classes are:
Dance / Mon 5-6pm (with Roosa)
Contemporary Dance class with Roosa is a dynamic, fun and energetic class, that works the whole body and is great for both mind and soul. Although also technical, the emphasis is on the enjoyment of dance and movement and the freedom to express.
Dance – Beginners / Tue 12-1pm (with Gemma)
This Beginners dance class with Gemma has a slightly slower pace and focuses on the connection between movements through the body. You’ll learn dance technique, work on strengthening exercises, as well as short choreographies to different rhythms.
Dance / Wed 4-5pm (with Miles)
This open level class with Miles looks at different textures and qualities in the body, whilst also using different conditioning and training exercises to keep fit. Although using a small space, we want to keep hold of some of the sensations we feel when we are moving openly.
Body Work / Thu 9-10am (with Gemma)
Body Work aims to asses or improve posture, flexibility, and promotes awareness of the body-mind connection, through Klein, Alexander and release techniques. This is a focused practice that concludes with a more dynamic improvisation, taking explored sensations into the space.
Dance / Sat 10-11am (with Annabel)
Annabel’s class includes a warmup, and technique enhancing exercises to upbeat music focusing on a range of qualities, and a fast-paced sequence. This is a similar structure to her in studio class with several modifications for dancing in a small space. A fun and sweaty dance class!
we ask those taking part for a suggested donation of £8-10 per class, but please join in anyway and give more or less, whatever you can afford, we simply want to keep you moving, and look forward to having you in class with us!