Movement news article


Describe the group in a single sentence!

Movement and dance to feel good!

Who is the group for?   

All young people (no experience is needed) aged 13-25

When does it take place?

Every Tuesday evening from 6:15pm -7:45pm at Bridge 5 Mill, 22A Beswick Street, Manchester, M4 7HR

How many people are in the group?

Up to 12 (usually around 4-7)

What to expect if you join the group?

Movement group is an opportunity for you to connect with your body, express how you feel and what you think in a safe and supportive environment.

There is no judgement in the group, no right or wrong, it is a space where you can be yourself, express yourself and meet like-minded people and make friends.

What happens in the group?

We do a whole host of things sometimes we learn moves and routines, other times we develop our creative skills by devising our own moves, dances and ideas.

As well as the art, movement and creativity we always have a laugh, and the occasional deep conversation and debate. You don’t have to have any experience to join, just an interest and open heart and mind.

What do group members say about the group?

“It is a caring group.”

“The people are so supportive and lovely.”

“I tried and did things I didn’t know I could do.”

What are the routes in to the group?

Use the 'sign-up' button on this page or speak to your worker about opportunities. accessibility needs). We invite YP for a Meet and greet online or in person. We will also go through the group agreement and any accessibility needs that may be relevant. We can also to meet at 42nd Street's building and then walk to the Mill together. There’s no waiting list.

What are the routes on from the group?

There's further possible dance opportunities within Company Chameleon available.


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