Online classes begin in 2021! 

We may be stuck inside once again, but why not join a class to find some freedom in movement through contemporary dance, delivered online through Zoom with material specially designed to be experienced in the home. I'm in Belfast, but you can join me from wherever you are in the world!

Class times are listed in GMT (London / Dublin) time.

Scroll down for class descriptions and registration form.

TUESDAYS (For six weeks - starting 2nd February)


Elementary Technique: 6.30-7.30 pm

For those with some dance or movement experience, in Secondary level education or above, who want to work on technique, learn some simple routines and gain more dance experience through contemporary dance. This class hasn't been able to run this time round due to low numbers, but please get in touch if you're interested. In the meantime you may find Primary technique is suitable for now. Any questions, just let me know.

£5 per class or £25 for block of 6

Movement Exploration class: 8.00-9.00 pm

A losely structured class aimed at adults who want to move at a pace that allows them to explore, feel connected to their bodies and find news ways to move with fluidity.

£5 per class or £25 for 6

THURSDAYS (For six weeks - starting 4th February*)

Advanced/Pro-class: 10.00-11.30am (*Block of six began Jan 28th)

For professional dancers and those with a high level of training. A class focussed on finding body connections, use of weight and breath.

£5 per class or £25 for 6

Creative Dance: 4.00-4.45pm

A simple and playful class introducing basic concepts of dance movement and creativity. For younger primary school children who are in P2-4, (the equivalent of GB school years 1-3, ages 6-8)

£4 per class or £20 for 6

Primary Level Technique: 5.00-5.45pm 

A simply structured class which helps children develop an understanding of their physicality through contemporary dance movement and expression. For older primary school children who are in P5-7, (the equivalent of GB school years 4-6, ages 9-11)

£4 per class or £20 for 6

Although the first block of classes is well underway, you are welcome to book for individual classes up to March 11th. 

To register for a class, click below for registration form, then I will send you an invoice and Zoom link for your class. If you have further questions you'd like to ask before registering, simply use the contact page.


New to contemporary dance? / Still not sure what it is?

If you'd like a better explanation of what it's all about,

find out more here...





I  have extensive experience teaching all levels from children to professional dancers. I have trained dance students at Trinity Laban (London), University of Ulster and Belfast Metropolitain College, and been a guest teacher in various other dance colleges and professional companies. I have taught dance lovers of all abilities as well as those with disabilities. I have enjoyed teaching dance to all ages, from toddlers to senior citizens and everything in between... because dance is for everyone!!


My class draws from my own training (in Limón-based technique and releasing work, with a few other influences).  I aim to help dancers move fully and freely, with fluidity of motion, clarity of alignment, and a good use of weight and breath. 



I can deliver creative dance workshops to all ages and abilities if you would like to have me visit your school, community group or even a hen/stag event. In a dance workshop, people will learn age-appropriate dance skills, then explore their own creativity. I have taught  in mainstream schools, special schools, community centres, senior citizens groups, women's prisons and in a rehab centre for ex-street girls in Brazil.



I offer movement coaching to professional dancers and actors who want to move more efficiently. I draw on my background in Laban movement analysis, and teaching technique through explorations of body mind centring, body connections, body architecture and patterns of initiation and sequencing. I am beginning to work with connections to cranio sacral therapy and generally enjoy helping movers of all abilities find freedom in movement and performance. Contact me for more information and we'll chat about what you want to access in movement, and explore how to find it for your body. Remember, simply repeating your training exercises can't unlock the movement blockages you might have. Only specific work that addresses your movement patterns will help get to the root of your movement questions.



I have experience directing rehearsals with various professional dance companies, namely BareBones, Maiden Voyage and Springs Dance Company. I was also co-director of Toot-Toot Productions in Belfast, making work for young children. I enjoy being an outside eye and using my experience of being a dancer and movement analyst to help polish and shape performance work on both professional performers and keen amateurs. As well as dancers, I also have experience coaching actors in movement.


Please contact me for more information on bespoke classes and workshops.