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** Möbius is opening their morning classes ** 
--> Come and shake your groove with us!

Susanne Thomas: 22 – 26 January
Time: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 09:00 – 10:15
Wednesday 10:30-11:15
Location: Leeds Beckett University

Gianluca Vincentini: 29 January – 2 February
Time & Locations:
Monday & Thursday 09:00 – 10:15 (Yorkshire Dance)
Tuesday 10:30 – 11:30 (Northern Ballet)
Friday 09:00 – 10:15 (Northern Ballet)

Valentina Golfieri: 12 – 16 February
Time: 09:00 – 10:15
Location: Northern School of Contemporary Dance

Antonio Borriello: 19 – 23 February
Time: 09:00 – 10:15
Location: Yorkshire Dance

Classes are open for professional dancers and students in vocational training.

If you would like to attend class please email: 

Participants will be accepted on a first come, first served basis and will be informed by email. 

£4 per class
£30 class pass = 10 classes


Read below for classes descriptions:

Susanne’s classes during this week will be based on yoga and improvisation techniques. Warm up and explorations will draw from somatic and authentic movement practices using body and voice, relating to the space inside and around you and each other. The focus is on furthering your own idiosyncratic ways of moving and developing an ever-greater understanding of one’s own practice.

Gianluca leads a contemporary release based class with emphasis on a supportive dynamic centre and the efficient use of body weight. He encourages awareness of space, suspension, vitality and embodiment. Gianluca challenges dancers to focus on clear phrasing and specificity of movement.

Valentina’s class is fast paced, dynamic, energetic and athletic. Giving great emphasis to the use of breath and musicality, she challenges dancers to explore the extreme ranges of their physicality and their ability to embody intricate idiosyncratic movement material. Her class is influenced by Limon and release-based technique.

Antonio’s high-energy technical class focuses on dynamics, alignment, anatomical and spatial awareness. The dancers will explore powerful movement sequences focusing on economical use of muscle energy, training control and stability but also release and letting go.
The class aims to get the body and mind ready for rehearsal and performance, moving from fluid floor work to technical standing work, encouraging the dancers to explore all spatial levels and train both technically and artistically.

We hope to see you there!