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Wednesday 02 September

From my kitchen to yours! Pairing things down but keeping the essence and ending with a short creative task to have fun with. Keep moving.... keep being creative.

We know that times are tough at the moment and we want to make sure these classes are as accessible to everyone as possible so we have changed things up a bit. If you are 'feeling the pinch' or you really want to do the class but just can't afford it this week then just chose the pricing option that suits you best.

We would like to mention that Greenwich Dance is a charity and relies on your payment to keep the organisation going. If you are able to pay more and would like to make a donation then you can do this during the booking process.

2 September 2020
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Photo by Chris Nash

Class tutor

Alison Swann

Alison Swann trained at Laban (now Trinity Laban) and is a Dance in Education Specialist with over 30 years experience. She is a director of Dance Educates Ltd., and works with learners and teachers using movement as a multi-sensory approach to learning. Alison has extensive teaching experience from pre-school to adult learners and has led professional development for teachers across London and the South-East. She has worked with education authorities, the University of Greenwich and Blackheath Conservatoire - the latter to develop a performing arts module to teacher training students. Alison was part of the team from The Place working with schools in Camden to create a live performance for the Arrivals Festival and the reopening of St Pancras International.
She was recently involved in two extensive research projects: with Surrey Arts and 10 primary schools looking at how dance and movement can impact on maths mastery, and with the Open University exploring how dance can support wellbeing. Alison has taught the adult contemporary class at Greenwich Dance since the start of the year.