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Feet off the Ground are inspired by

The depth of contact and touch 


The power of authentic connection


The possibilities of collaboration

“Using partner work and trust develops abilities you never knew you had. It opened my abilities to dance.”

Nana-Yaa Boateng, Year 9 student

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With more than a decade of experience teaching across the UK and internationally, Feet off the Ground deliver a range of workshops, classes and intensives across the professional, education and community sector.


Our workshops encompass the fundamental principles of contact improvisation, partner work and lift technique, improvisation skills and jamming and devising/choreographing with contact.


Workshops can be tailored to the specific needs and requirements of each group. As a collective we pride ourselves on creating a safe and supportive environment where we build a strong sense of trust and connection.

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“The workshop was really fun, insightful and well prepared and I felt like they really understood the needs of the group. I also loved the combination of technique, repertoire and play”

Jessica Sandford, Professional dancer

BDN Artists Development Programme


Feet off the Ground have delivered workshops at


Professional settings including


The Place



Bergen Dansesenter



 Conservatoires & Universities including

London Contemporary Dance School

Northern School of Contemporary Dance, 

Rambert School of Ballet and Contemporary Dance 

London Studio Centre


Centre for Advanced Training programmes (CAT)

& youth companies including

The Place



Hampshire Youth Dance Company


Community workshops including

Music and Arts festivals across the UK

Greenham Women Everywhere

Faltonia Intergenerational Women’s group

‘’You created such a warm and nurturing environment that proved to be such a tonic for mind, body and spirit. Totally inspiring in a multitude of ways.” 

Lisa Chamberlain’’ Faltonia community project participant

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