Bodywork into Movement class with Jan-Ming Lee & Jayne Peake

You will be guided to find easeful ways to connect with your body and to explore enjoyable pathways into movement alone and in pairs

These workshops aim to gently guide us into finding easeful ways to connect with ourselves and our bodies to find enjoyment in moving alone and in pairs . We will explore sharing space and moving with one another introducing hands on work with a partner with sensitivity.

Exercises will include exploring the head and spine connection, spirals, qualities of touch and spatial awareness working with the anatomy with a sense of curiosity and non-judgment.

Come with a friend, partner or family member who you would like to explore this work together in this class.

There are up to 8 spots ( 4 pairs) available for each class.

Cost is £8 per person.  As a pair, please each book your individual space. If you don’t have a partner and you need help finding one, please email us in advance.

Once you’ve booked please let us know! – you can pay via Paypal: or by bank transfer: Miss JM LEE (The Co-operative Bank) Sort code: 08-90-66 Account no: 10012855

If you have any special requirements or access needs please get in touch:

We usually have lunch at the cafe afterwards together – you are very welcome!


About the facilitators: Jan-Ming Lee is a somatic bodyworker, dancer, musician and facilitator. She is passionate about holding spaces for all humans to be nourished by healthy human contact – finding ways to meet each other with respect, empathy, curiosity and creativity.

She is certified in the somatic body-based way ‘The Pantarei Approach’, has a degree in Sociology, and has worked as an artist in projects spanning dance, art installation, interactive tech, neuroscience, storytelling, spoken word, improv, sound art and education. More :

Jayne Peake enjoys creating relaxed spaces to guide people into an exploration of their own unique movement. After having trained as a Fitness Instructor and then in dance, she discovered Contact Improvisation, a practice that feeds her desire to move as a way of release, play and freedom. This practice inspires much of her current teaching, which focuses on facilitating explorations to expand our physical awareness and create new possibilities of moving our bodies. More : People — nw5 dance

“Thank you for such a wonderful space today. It was great to be free to move and connect so naturally” – Matt

Classes continue monthly. Email if you’d like us to add you to our mailing list for updates.

Photo: Bodywork/movement class facilitated by Jan-Ming Lee & Forum On Embodied Practice at SIBDanceLab Festival, Norway.