Floor-Work Basics Workshop 28th April, 11am-1pm (2 hours)

28th April, 11am-1pm (2 hours) @ The Loft at Little Dippers
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ONLY 7 SPACES AVAILABLE, so book quick!


In this grounding and attentive workshop, we learn and embody the key fundamentals of floor-work;

Breathe, core, and relationship with the floor.

What is floor-work?

This style of dancing/moving is based on the floor, using rolling, sliding, turning and flowing in and out of the floor as a way of dancing. It is fun, exciting, and like a whole body massage and workout at the same time.

What happens in the workshop?

The workshop will start with a warm-up and introduction to the floor, followed by techniques, teaching of movement phrase, and practising of the phrase.

The workshop ends with a lovely stretch and relaxation. There will be time throughout for water breaks and chatting through what we're experiencing and learning.

What you get from this workshop

By the end of the workshop, you will have formed a new relationship with the floor, gained a greater understanding of the connection of muscles through your body and what muscles are working to complete movements, and a full phrase of floor movement to take away with you.

Who is this workshop for?

Previous dance experience is ideal but not essential, as ample time is given to learn movements and techniques. So whether you're a beginner in dance, or have done floor-work before, this workshop is for anyone and everyone.

As this workshop is taking place on the floor, you need to be able to get down to the floor and back up again comfortably. If you have any knee injuries/pain, please contact me before booking to check whether this workshop is for you.

Please book before attending


The Loft at Little Dippers

Please take a look at my ‘Teaching Locations’ page for info on location and arriving at The Loft. If the door is closed, please ring the bell and I will come let you in.

Please read the disclaimer before attending disclaimer and important info

By attending my classes or workshops, you agree to take care of yourself. Please tell me immediately if any movements do not feel right for your body. You are expected to take responsibility for your own safety and I am not liable for any injury before, during, or after the class. Please do not attend if you have an existing injury that could be worsened by taking part. If you do attend with an injury, it is essential that you inform me at the beginning of the class.

At no point during a class will anyone pick up and throw another student through the air. If this does take place, then any injury incurred is the full responsibility of the participants and Krifdom Dance is not liable.

All under 16’s must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

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