Mature Movers

Health & Wellbeing |
28th September 2021 – 7th December 2021

Mature Movers | Tue 28 Sep – Tue 7 Dec | 11.30-12.30pm | £45 (9 week) | £6.50 pay as you go | 60+ | Tutor Emily Davies | Studio 1

An open dance class for all abilities, aimed at over 60s. The class involves moving together to a variety of music, exploring different styles, sometimes creating movement, but always in a fun, supportive and sociable atmosphere.

If this course has already started there may be places still available. Please contact

What participants say…

“Emily’s excellent teaching made it fun and challenging”

“I was exercising in a joyful way”.

Important Information

Please note there are no classes on the following dates:

Please note there are no classes during the weeks beginning 25 October and 15 November 2021.

What do I need to bring with me?

Please come ready to dance in comfortable clothes that you can move in and bring your own water.

Are there any additional costs?


About the tutor

A previous Brewery Youth Dance member, Emily has been delivering sessions at The Brewery as well as other settings, since gaining her Dance degree in 2016. She enjoys sharing her love of dance with those she teaches. Emily’s style of movement is grounded in contemporary technique, creative dance and connecting with people, be that in the studio or with an audience.

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Emily Davies


28th September 2021 – 7th December 2021

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