Our ‘Moving Recovery’ starts this week, Thursday 30th September! In collaboration with our friends at Fallen Angels Dance Theatre, we are bringing back this weekly dance and movement activity for Outside Edge service users. These sessions are open to newcomers as well as current service users.
WHEN: Every Thursday evening, 6:30pm – 8:30pm, starting September 30th.
WHERE: Brady Arts Centre in Tower Hamlets (E1 5HU).
This group will run in person only.
This isn’t dance as you know it, you will learn how to unlock your own movements and it’s accessible for everyone regardless of ability. This is an informal group for people who are in recovery or have been affected by addiction, including their family, carers and champions. Come laugh with some new friends and get your body moving to help improve your wellbeing. Sessions are suitable for those who may have little or no experience of drama/ movement/ dance, or are in early stages of recovery.
Moving Recovery will help participants:
1. Build confidence
2. Have fun
3. Explore your body
4. Find the joy in movement
5. Develop focus and commitment
Meet the Facilitator: Hannah Rudd
|Hannah has been a professional dance artist for fifteen years. She trained at The Royal Ballet school and has danced with The Michael Clark company, Scottish Ballet and Rambert Dance Company, as well as freelancing independently throughout the UK and Europe in Ballet and contemporary works. |
Hannah has a desire to facilitate human connection through the expression of dance and frequently collaborates with other artists in a range of mediums, musicians and creatives. She is also studying a Masters in Dance and she is interested in researching into the potential psychological affects of institutionalised training and work environments, and where there is need to revaluate frameworks, in order to cultivate lasting equity through the learning process.
She is now an independent artist working in the UK and internationally.
Hannah has worked with Fallen Angels Dance theatre for some years now, observing, learning, and facilitating within the brilliant community work they do, as well as being involved in some of their professional artistic projects.
|New to Outside Edge?|
New participants are very welcome to join this group!
We ask all service users to fill out our welcome form here.
Once they have a member of our team will get back to them with more information on how to join.
If you would like to refer a service user to Outside Edge please don’t hesitate to contact us:
Or call: 020 7371 8020