Movement Teaching

My interest in movement emerged in relation to my study of theatre and performance as embodied, physical practices.  (See my book: Theatrical Reality: Space, Embodiment and Empathy in Performance.) As I pursued my study of the arts, I trained in a range of movement forms and somatic practices.

I am a qualified teacher of the Feldenkrais Method; I have a second-degree black belt in the martial art of Aikido; and I have been practising Contact Improvisation (on and off) for over 15 years;

Outside these core practices, I train/dabble in a bunch of other disciplines. My current interests include: parkour, rock climbing, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and swimming.

I teach movement to a broad range of people – from professional dancers and actors to children and senior citizens.  This work draws on my training in the Feldenkrais Method, martial arts and dance. For more information contact a.edinborough [at] hull.ac.uk