About

Movement Matters is a simple, guided movement practice. It helps you discover how you relate to yourself, others and the environment. It encourages you to find variations in your movements, challenges any fixed sense of self and gives you the space to create new choices through your body. 

Who is it for?

All are welcome! From those of you that have inhibitions who say you can’t dance and for those of you who enjoy moving your body to music.

Why does Movement Matter?

Dance has existed throughout the ages and is a worldwide phenomenon for humans since we first gathered in community.  Dance is a form of ritual to celebrate one’s own life. as well as a medium to connect with vitality, wellbeing and vigour ultimately helping you to express your soul and free your spirit.

What to expect?

Tali creates a seamless playlist of eclectic musical genres guiding you through a movement journey. She will help you, through the music and her instructions, to follow your own innate body wisdom and to unfold your own inner emotions through the power of dance. 

For those of you who enjoy the structure of yoga and the benefits it brings, this class brings a similar sense of connecting back to yourself through the power of movement but with the freedom to explore free flowing movements. There is no right or wrong way to move!

This is an alcohol free evening

Cost  £15

The Facilitator

Tali Rose completed a Dance Movement Psychotherapy MA at Roehampton University in 2009. She later went on to specialise in moving outside in the natural environment, apprenticing to Dance Movement Psychotherapist and movement facilitator Dr. Sandra Reeve who runs Move Into Life. 

This then led to working with her teacher SuPrapto Suryadarmo and his Amerta Movement practice in Java for Summer 2014 where Tali connected very deeply to the heart of this lineage of movement work. 

Greatly inspired by Prapto and Java, she returned home to infuse what she had learned into her classes.

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