We are honored to bring to you

a Movement Hive workshop:

Finding Flow

with the thinker, dancer and physical educator

Matt Mulligan

07 July

 

SATURDAY 7 TH July, 13:00 - 16:00

The workshop is suitable for all movers with a general level of fitness and health. There are no technical pre-requisites for this Bodyroots workshop.

TICKETS ON THE DOOR. 

ADDRESS: : Siobhan Davies dance studio, South London.

 

 

Finding Flow - Matt Mulligan

Matt Mulligan is a professional acro-dancer and movement coach. His physical practice is grounded in fifteen years spent working with the moving body. Through BODYROOTS.ORG he works to make people move better, feel more alive, be happier & healthier through movement.

He is a graduate of Circomedia Circus School and Northern School of Contemporary Dance and has toured nationally and internationally in a number of circus, dance and theatre productions. This has included work with Sally Cookson (National Theatre), Olivier-Award winning choreographer Javier de Frutos, Jo Fong, Ellen Havard, Jean-Paul Zaccarini, Bim Mason and a host of companies.

Matt’s primary collaboration in recent years has been an ongoing exploration of shared dance and acrobatic interests with Tom Weksler (Movement Archery).
He finds it a joy to share ways for more people to feel happier, healthier and more capable in their body-mind and continues a global touring career as both a teacher and performer.

 

About Matt Mulligan

Matt Mulligan is a professional acro-dancer and movement coach. His physical practice is grounded in fifteen years spent working with the moving body. Through BODYROOTS.ORG he works to make people move better, feel more alive, be happier & healthier through movement.
 

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He is a graduate of Circomedia Circus School and Northern School of Contemporary Dance and has toured nationally and internationally in a number of circus, dance and theatre productions. This has included work with Sally Cookson (National Theatre), Olivier-Award winning choreographer Javier de Frutos, Jo Fong, Ellen Havard, Jean-Paul Zaccarini, Bim Mason and a host of companies.

Matt’s primary collaboration in recent years has been an ongoing exploration of shared dance and acrobatic interests with Tom Weksler (Movement Archery).
He finds it a joy to share ways for more people to feel happier, healthier and more capable in their body-mind and continues a global touring career as both a teacher and performer.