Put a spring in your step with Write Moves! This movement and writing course is for women of all ages and run by yoga practitioner Rakhee Jasani and movement artist Vanio Papadelli.
What to expect
To help you feel happier and more confident, you will let stories emerge from mindful movement and yoga, and your words and writing will also inspire dance. You will explore the different seasons through all the senses and are invited on a journey to make friends with other women of diverse backgrounds and different generations.
-No previous movement or writing experience is required, just a willingness to have a go.
-Please wear loose, comfortable clothing you feel happy to move around in.
-This is a 6 week course (Thursdays 23 April-28 May) and attendance over all sessions is encouraged.
-Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.
-This is a women only workshop.
About Rakhee Jasani
Rakhee Jasani is a yoga and qigong teacher, writer, and a freelance creative producer. She creates courses and writes for the yoga website Movement for Modern Life and teaches yoga across London including classes for teenagers. Rakhee co-founded and ran the multi-award winning, youth arts charity, Eastside Educational Trust, which provides creative opportunities to children and young people across London. She is an independent Assessor for Arts Council England and is on the advisory board for The Literary Consultancy.
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About Vanio Papadelli
Vanio is a movement artist and teacher who works across the fields of dance and theatre. She has been teaching regularly at Rose Bruford College and Goldsmiths for over ten years. This spring, Vanio will be leading the module Writing The Body for the MA courses at Laban. Her teaching is inspired by yoga, Contact Improvisation, somatic movement, release dance and physical theatre. She has co-organised large scale and community events in the UK and internationally. Her performance work explores women’s issues and has travelled to Greece, the UK, Germany, Egypt and Lebanon.
Write Moves is supported by the Mayor of London’s Culture Seeds.
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