Movement for Life: A Mothers & Female Carers Dance Group


Venue Space: Studio 6

Running time 90 minutes


Free tasters: all welcome 10 and 17 September
Series runs October 1 | 15 | 29 and November 12 | 26
Contribution £15-20 for the 5 session series
To book or enquiries contact or 01803 866805

About this event

Tuesday morning dance groups prioritising mothers & all age female carers to nourish a sense of body and soul. Led by Leela Fisk, assisted by Harmony Coglin. Invitations into body awareness and creative movement to diverse music and silence.

A fortnightly committed group starting in Autumn on Tuesday mornings, 10 – 11.30am 
Free tasters: all welcome 10 & 11 September
Series runs 1 | 15 | 29 October and 12 | 26 November
Contribution £15-20 for the 5 session series.
Childcare and travel bursaries available to support those unable to attend without. We are grateful to the National Lottery Community Fund’s support.

Led by Leela Fisk, assisted by Harmony Coglin, both are mothers & dancers. Leela is a certified and experienced facilitator of improvised movement, drawing upon felt sensation, an embrace of space and the magic of group creativity. (Soul Motion® conscious dance practice, USA and various other movement modalities.) She leads dance groups for adults and children around Totnes. Harmony loves to share the playful spirit and love of dance reignited for her in creative movement classes.

To book/follow curiosity contact: or 01803 866805

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