Links - other modalities
Note: this page has had no updates for 2 years therefore it is likely to be out of date
Mentioned below are those that I know who teach, starting with people in south-west England.
I've also included people who teach bodywork practices that have influenced me (and others in this area): making this, at the moment, a personal list.
A couple of links are to websites that have not been updated (probably the downside of over-reliance on a particular social network site!)
Music-Led Movement & Dance - Robert Moore's unled dance space on Sunday mornings. [Formerly known as 'dance-at...']
5 Rhythms Monday mornings in South Brent with Kay - (no website link) 07807 292 289 for further info.
Movement Medicine - Rosie Perks - offering weekly classes plus workshops
Soul Motion - Leela Fisk / Adam Griffin classes in Totnes on Friday evenings
Conscious Dance - Jo Hardy now teaching internationally with some Monday evening classes in Totnes
Barefoot Dance - Exeter-based — Wednesday evening dances that alternate between peer-led and guest teachers - Currently online
Kirsty Hurd-Thomas - Shiatsu. A member of the Totnes Dance Collective Steering Circle, Her Shaitsu website
Movement Medicine - Ailsa Lucas Plymouth & Totnes (no website but class details here)
Dancing Tao - Christian de Sousa Devon & London classes - link
Contact Improvisation - Tuesday evenings in Devon - see this link
Dance in Devon - based in Dartington Devon, working county-wide. Website sometimes lists 'conscious dance' events
The School of Experiential Learning [tSOEL] - Rosalyn Maynard - Somatic-based bodywork - link
Birthing Your Life - Cherionna Menzam-Sills - somatic-based work with classes in Devon - link
LifeWorks Somatics / Feldenkrais Method with Nikhila Ludlow - link
A Call To Dance - a weekly 5 Rhythms dance in north London (Tufnell Park) and other events offered by Sue Rickards
Movement of Being: the work of Fanny Behrens and Colin Harrison
Soulwave / Julie Rose Cornwall classes (still teaching but website out-of-date)
Jean Rankin north Devon (still teaching but website out-of-date)