This class will weave principles from the Alexander Technique and somatic practice as a basis for improvisation. It will encourage freedom and availability in our whole selves as a basis for interaction and play. It will aim to heighten awareness of habitual choices in movement and perception and see if we can widen the field of creative possibilities in our improvisational play. All are welcome for exploring movement on your own and with others. No previous experience necessary.
Korina Biggs was a founder member of Frantic Assembly physical theatre company and enjoyed performing and teaching accessible physical theatre and devising skills. When she left the company she trained to be an Alexander Technique teacher and has been teaching for 20 years. She has a private practice and is on the faculty on RADA, and ICTheatre, Brighton. She has an MA in Dance and Somatic Wellbeing and enjoys teaching improvisation and devising from a somatic basis.