It is a great honor for SHARE Online classes to invite former Hofesh Shechter dancer, Phil Hulford for his “Moving Breath” class in partnership with SHARE The Dance Intensive / SHARE Online Classes.
Phis have been developing his own practice, gathering dancers and non-dancers to work with him from all over the world.
For this special occasion, Phil is offering an online class exclusively for SHARE The Dance Intensive / SHARE Online Classes.
Come work with Phil!

Where: Via ZOOM, from your living-room, garden, bedroom or elsewhere

When: June 17th: 9 am – 10 am London Time / 10 am 11 am Berlin Time

Deadline for applications: Until 15 min before class starts.

Class Description:
The breath is the bridge between the mind and the body. We will use the breath to get better quality from our movement.
The class is improvised and I will guide you through with some imagery and breathwork, helping you reconnect to your intuition as a mover.

About Phil
I started dance training at age 18. I trained at London contemporary dance school, where I met choreographer Hofesh Shechter. I then was a part of (Hofesh)‘s company creating various productions with him for over 10 years. During that season I worked with other artists such as Anthony Gormley, Bruno Guillore, and James Finnemore.
I left his company in 2016 to expand my skillset and develop creature performing and acting skills. I worked on some films and tv such including the Ritual, The Mummy, Britannia (series 2), Pacific Rim: Uprising, and others.
I currently work with a theatre company called “Lost Dog” and am developing an app for movers and a series of my own workshops to help performers and athletes reach their next levels.

Online Booking: www.shareintensive.com/online-classes

Costs for participants: Suggested contribution of 5€ to 7€

Contact details:
Email: shareintensive@gmail.com
What’s app/Phone +49 152 276 22917

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