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Based in London, I began my training as a dancer escoliosis lumbar izquierda tratamiento/performer in a Street Dance group called ‘Hypnotik’ in 2007, winning several competitions in my early years. I developed into a versatile Hip Hop dancer by attending workshops and learning from industry leaders such as Kenrick Sandy, Shannelle Fergus, and Lee Griffiths to name a few. My admiration for the Contemporary art form also saw him dive into its practice in 2012, developing under pedagogue Dr. Angela Pickard, and international artists such Tomislav English and Juliette Irons. I have since hernia lumbar cie 10 worked with Body Politic Dance to perform in a Hip Hop theatre piece titled “Reflections” in 2016, also writing and dolor lumbar derecho performing spoken word poetry as part of the piece.


I am also a Multimedia Journalism (BA) graduate, and have been freelancing since 2014. My work focuses on the art sector, with features on the ‘A Younger Theatre’ publication, exploring the lack of BAME actors and artists in the industry, up-and-coming playwrights, and genre bending plays and theatrical pieces. My individual blog, ‘Gender in Dance’, is a website dedicated to exploring the issue of sexism within contemporary dance, especially the que es rotoescoliosis lumbar dominance of male choreographers. It also investigates ways the media and press affect the popularity and successes of both genders, and examines funding and commissions given to dance companies by the Arts Council England (ACE); receiving praise from industry professionals and artists for being a good platform to generate debate around the issue.

Dance became enfermedades lumbares my passion in 2007 when I studied at Ateneo de Naga University in the Philippines where I had the chance to be involved with Ateneo Dance Club, the university dance troupe. Throughout my stay, I had a chance to dance, choreograph, compete, lead and be part of an amazing dance family. When I came back to London, I craved for that same family vibe escoliosis dorsal de convexidad derecha and Body Politic was spot on. After being successful with the auditions, Body Politic became my platform to get involved in the UK dance community.

Body Politic has opened a lot of doors especially for me who’s passionate about growth. The teachers, choreographers estenosis lumbar cirugia and everyone that has been involved with Body Politic has gratefully contributed their skills and experiences with love and passion. To share their passion at that extent is such an inspiration. I aspire to be as great as them.

Body Politic allows me to share other preparacion del paciente para una radiografia de columna lumbosacra skills as well such as the overall marketing design aspects of the company including campaigns for ‘Reflections’, ‘Kinjaz 2017’ and ‘theFOUNDATION’. This is definitely an added bonus and to have been given this kind of opportunity elevates my respect for the company. I’m very grateful to be part of the Body Politic Staff Team. Body escoliosis lumbar tratamiento Politic is definitely where it’s at.

Emma-Jane has a huge amount of experience at facilitating and workshops to engage vulnerable and ‘at risk’ groups in the arts, and directing preparacion para radiografia de columna lumbosacra sanitas youth platforms. Her work as a freelance dance practitioner has included work in Pupil Referral Units, Mental Health Care in-patient wards, disabled groups, early intervention hubs as well as schools and FE colleges.

In 2016 Emma-Jane Directed Body Politic’s first professional work, funded by Arts Council England, titled ‘Reflections’. Reflections as a body of work is aimed at addressing the growing prevalence on mental health illnesses in young people. Emma-Jane hopes that this work can continue to break escoliosis lumbar derecha down stigmas associated with mental health illness.

In 2017, Emma-Jane secured funding to project manage and deliver a 12-month dance project in partnership dolor lumbar embarazo primeras semanas with Dancin’ Oxford (funded by Youth Ambition, Oxford City Council).
The project aims to improve mental health and physical well-being in some of Oxford’s most deprived communities; Rose Hill, Littlemore and Woodfarm.