‘Finding Place’ Click title to view flip-book of Michelle Wilkinson’s outdoor movement practice published June 2016. Technical support by Becky Harding and Camilla Todd for WNW Digital.
‘Dancing Outdoors’ article by Michelle Wilkinson published in Participate community dance newspaper June 2015
ESTUARY EXPRESSION Thursday 6th May 2021 2-5pm Cost £20
Exmouth spring workshop in a textured terrain of grasses, sand, shell and stone. Feel the protection of a living wall and follow the ripples of the tidal turn. Within the skyline vista make and create with nature’s gifts. View this site in the film ‘Estuary Expression’ on the home page of this website.
CLIFF-TOPS & GREEN POOLS Thursday 24th June 11am-2pm Cost £20
Exmouth summer workshop connecting with the earth, sky and horizon on grassy cliff-tops. Far below meet the ever-changing tidal seascape and find movement expression in a textured terrain of sandstone, shell, seaweed and saltwater pools. View this site in the film ‘Seaweed Pools’ (fourth video down) on the solos page of this website.
These workshops connect people with the wisdom of the earth, trees, sea and sky. Here participants find their own relationship with land and seascapes through simple movement scores. From this, personal responses arise to varied terrains and weather conditions which may evolve into artwork, written reflections or dances. These workshops, in the Budleigh Salterton and Exmouth area, run throughout the year. You can see images of previous workshops in the videos on the right and the Gallery page of this website. Information & workshop booking phone Michelle on 01395 271037.
"One of the best days in a long time…fruitful, peaceful, relaxing and inspiring. It brought to the fore creativity and capabilities I did not think I had." Liz Goulding
"It filled me with a sense of awe and wonder that we should be blessed with such nature around us…it is all there for us to appreciate and take in. The magic stayed with me through my donkey that wanted to play. I found support and security in the trees after a somewhat challenging descent…saw what my imagination described as a temple in the horizon…a sanctuary of rest." Helen Goodman-Payne