Dance Class


A new weekly dance class to connect with Body and Soul

in a beautiful nature surrounded village hall in Suffolk

To breathe out,


                       be curious, explore and imagine.

Under all the chatter is a still place
Moving our bodies allows us to hear

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This class is for moving. The music gives space for the body to express itself and to explore different inner landscapes. There will be a lead warm up at the beginning to guide us into arriving in our bodies opening up to follow what your body needs among others with a circle at the end to complete and gather together. It is open for 5 people each week as per current Government guidelines for gatherings inside. If you feel to talk drop the words and let the bones, flesh and imagination fill the space. If you aren't sure what to do just follow your impulses whilst taking care of yourself and those around you.

Any BODY is welcome, all ages over 16 whether you think your a dancer if you feel to dance, move and come home to your body this class is for you.


You will be greeted when you arrive then just take a space and arrive. Wear comfy layers you can move in, bare feet is ideal as socks can be slippy, and bring water as we won't be using the kitchen. Toilets are available and there's plenty of free parking right next to the hall.

This village hall is lovely. It has a wooden floor and is surrounded by fields in the heart of Suffolk nature. Let the journey to and from the session be as nourishing as your time within it.

If you have any questions do email me here.

Looking forward to seeing you on the dance floor : )


at present there are 8 places available so booking is essential

Bare Feet

Where : Blaxhall Village Hall, Church Rd, Blaxhall, Woodbridge IP12 2DX

(15 mins drive from Woodbridge / 45 mins drive from Southwold)

When : Tuesdays

Dates(please note not 24 Aug) : 27 July / 3 & 10 & 17 & 31 August /

7 & 14 & 21 & 28 September 2021 and to continue ..

Time : 7 - 8.30pm

Cost : £9

‘As long as you're dancing, you can break the rules’  Mary Oliver