Maria da Luz Ghoumrassi facilitates ProDance training
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thur 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m.  |  £5 on the door
5th-8th March

This class draws from modern techniques and release based techniques working on chore strength, musicality, dynamics and a sense of artistic design.

The warm up aims to awaken the dancer’s body awareness through alignment touching on the idea of presence and mindfulness, progressing from simple to more complex exercises leading to dynamic sequences through space, playing between set movement and improvisation encouraging a sense of individual exploration.

Class aims to find ways in which dance technique can be influenced by somatic practices without losing its rigor and precision and sense of emotional connectedness..


Maria da Luz Ghoumrassi is a London based teacher, dancer and choreographer. She regularly teaches for Greenwich Dance, Step into Dance and Trinity Laban.
A graduate from Laban, Maria da Luz has worked in the original cast of The Lion King as ensemble and dance-captain and for companies such as Kokuma Dance Theatre, Jeanette Brooks and Garth Fagan.
She has choreographed for BBC3 The Mighty Bush and choreographed and performed solo and group work at venues across London.
In 2004, she received the Trailblazers Fellowship and was short-listed for The Place Prize.
Maria was selected for Dance UK’s Dance Teaching Mentorship 2015/16 working with Kerry Nicholls supported by Sonia Rafferty/Trinity Laban's Dance Science Dep.
She was awarded a ‘Dancers Career Development’ Retraining Grant to further her professional development, in
She is a Spare Tyre Artist Associate working as a mentor and choreographer working with artists with learning disabilities. Maria da Luz has recently worked with Jacky Lansley as Resident artist at DRS and is currently researching her new choreographic project addressing motherhood, infertility and identity.

DUO OFFER: 1 MORNING YOGA (9:30-10:30am) + 1 PRO-DANCE TRAINING (11-12:30pm) for £12
We want to encourage dancers to make Yoga an integral part of their training!