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Parents and Babies ONLINE (0‑3yrs)

Fridays 11:00-12:00
This class takes place on Zoom

Please note, the Zoom link can be found in your confirmation email after booking. A follow up email will be sent to confirm things you might need for your class. Contact Chenube@greenwichdance.org.uk if you encounter any issues.

Join Lizzie and baby Max for this weekly online class for parents, babies and children aged 0-3 years. Together you will creatively explore stories and imaginative journeys through movement, play and multisensory activities that use everyday objects found in the home and music from around the globe.

The class has a relaxed format that opens with welcoming everyone and awakening the body and imagination, building towards more energetic movement through creative activities including teacher-guided and free movement tasks. It closes with quiet imagery-based relaxation to calm the senses before you move on to the rest of your day.

There is optional social time at the beginning and end of the class to meet and chat to other parents and children.

11:00-11.10 Join online, social time
11:10-11.45 Class
11.45-12.00 Social time

  • The music play list is publicly available on Spotify so that you can repeat activities during the week if the mood takes you!
  • If you or your child have any access requirements for the class, Lizzie is very happy to chat to parents privately before or after the class to discuss adaptations.
  • Please wear comfortable clothes that you can move about in and find a safe space to participate at home. You may wish to have a cushion and chair to sit on for some activities.
Dates
Fridays
Cost
Free
Standard
£4.00
Booking
Classes can be booked individually
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Lizz and Maxi
Photo by Clare Seward

Class tutor

Lizzie Fort

Lizzie is a Woolwich based community dance artist, educator and researcher. She is driven by the belief that everyone has artistic potential and the right to participate in dance; she has taught in primary schools, SEN schools, care homes and community centres. Lizzie uses stories, games, play, imagination and improvisation to find joy and meaning in dancing together, whether in person or online. She dances with Amici Dance Theatre Company, a company of differently-abled artists and is undertaking a practice-based PhD at Roehampton University. Lizzie teaches university students about community dance and inclusive practice at Trinity Laban Conservatoire for Music and Dance and The Royal Academy of Dance and she is a Trustee for Amici Dance Theatre Company and Magpie Dance.