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Professional Class: Annie Lok

Through a combination of improvisation, set material and partnering/contact work classes focus on tuning awareness to develop connectivity, clarity and efficiency in movement. Working with the structures within (muscles, ligaments, bones and organs) as a potential for strength and support to our extremities - classes often shift from deep anatomical explorations into full out solo, duet and ensemble dancing. Zooming in to detailed physical sensation and out to the tone of the whole room; we will be shifting our attention back and forth from inside to outside.
Designed to nurture reflective and critical dialogue with our dancing, classes are rigorous, playful and experimental

No class on Wednesday 28 November

  • You will have access to The Old Library from 10:15.
  • For safety reasons, we cannot admit participants after 10.40am, or when the class reaches maximum capacity.
26–29 November 2018
Charlton House
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    Photo by Rachel Cherry
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    Photo by Rachel Cherry

Class tutor

Annie Lok

Annie Pui Ling Lok is a dance artist working in the UK and abroad. Her work as a Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapist underpins and informs her choreography, performance and teaching. She worked with Siobhan Davies (UK) in different capacities as performer, collaborator and educator from 2005-15 and as movement coach and rehearsal director for Koen Augustijnen /les ballets C de la B (BE).
Annie has choreographed and directed over 30 different works with professional and non-professional performers ranging in age, training, social and cultural backgrounds. Commissions include works for Beijing Dance Academy (China) Hogeschool Antwerpen (BE) The Place Dance4Camera (UK), CentroCentro, Circo Price and La Abadia (ES). She is currently resident choreographer at Centro Danza Canal in Madrid and Artist Activator with Robert Clarke at Greenwich Dance. Annie is a guest lecturer at The Place, Bedfordshire and Roehampton Universities.