MORNING CLASS with Lisa McLoughlin


€7 or free for Studio Friend Subscribers


10:00am to 11:30am


Wed 04 Dec '19 | Wed 11 Dec '19 | Wed 18 Dec '19


Dance Limerick Studio, 1-2 Johns Square

As part of our new regular series, Lisa McLoughlin will host morning classes on Wednesdays 4, 11 & 18 December at 10- 11.30am.

About Lisa's Class

Lisa’s class will begin with vinyasa yoga and somatic exercises to get deeply warm on these dark winter mornings. Following this, participants will use both improvisation and structured sequences to engage all of the body into movement and finally into a dynamic movement phrase. 

Lisa's Bio

Trained at the Rambert School of Ballet and Contemporary Dance, London. Lisa has performed extensively across the globe with many companies as a freelance dancer. A founder member of Rex Levitates (now Liz Roche Company) she has worked with CoisCeim, Marguerite Donlon and Dancers, IMDT, Ciotóg among many others. She is an award-winning choreographer and a passionate advocate and teacher of dance. She is a tutor and researcher in dance at the Irish World Academy, University of Limerick, holds a first-class honours MA in Dance combining dance and psychology. Lisa has been awarded Irish Research Council funding for her Arts Practice PhD, which explores autonomy and dependency in society. This research involved contributions from over 500 people and has been co funded by the Arts Council of Ireland. She is a board member of Liz Roche Company and the Dublin Dance Festival.


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