Image by Srik Narayanan, relating object, 2016


I offer classes, workshops and groupwork in different contexts. Please subscribe to my newsletter (below) to be kept up-to-date about classes and workshops.

Community movement classes and workshops
Open to all, my somatic movement classes explore the moving body through relational movement, experiential anatomy and developmental movement, and contemplative dance. They provide a safe space to play, improvise and create movement together, through which we discover a deeper awareness of ourselves and the joy in dancing with each other.

Closed groups
For ongoing groups, I facilitate relational movement and contemplative dance to cultivate a sustained, deep awareness of how we are as ourselves together.

Classes, workshops and training for professionals
For performers and other artists, theatre practitioners, therapists, facilitators and others wanting to engage in somatic enquiry for a deeper awareness of your own embodiment, I offer relational movement, experiential anatomy and developmental work that allows you to come closer to your own experiencing, to witness more deeply your relationships with self and other, and to find more embodied resources to support professional creative and therapeutic practice.

Workshops and groupwork within organisations
I offer movement and groupwork within organisations with an emphasis on building awareness of relationships and process through easy, playful engagement with the moving body.

Moving at the Edge practice-based research classes
In the spirit of going to my own edges and deepening my own learning I offer experiential classes to explore new frontiers in my practice.

Transdisciplinary participatory research
For a deeper enquiry into what we may learn from the body in relationship as it crosses disciplines.



“Srik seemed to be guided by a deep inner wisdom with an almost uncanny ability to say just what I needed to hear in such a compassionate way. I really appreciate his ways of inviting as a fellow explorer, curious of our terrain & not so much leading.”   Workshop participant, 2016

“Left me with a deep dark on the edge of something I don’t often get to. Definitely lots more to explore there!”   Workshop participant, 2016

“Feels so empowering to develop a felt sense of these things”   Workshop participant, 2016