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Slowing Down to Connect: Movement with Katy Dunn

10 Oct 18:00

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Slowing Down to Connect: Movement with Katy Dunn

10 Oct 2023


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From: £8.00

The body is where anxiety can be felt at its most intense, however it is also where we can find sanctuary, creativity and resilience. The modern world rarely allows time to slow down. Days can be spent living in our head or on autopilot, which can leave us disconnected from our bodies, from our instincts and from our natural habitat. Yet, slowing down is one of the things that can help us find our footing.

During this workshop, dance movement psychotherapist Katy Dunne will support you to connect to your body through movement. Participants will be encouraged to move and explore their somatic (bodily) response to the climate crisis, without becoming overwhelmed by feelings, sensations and fears. Movement explorations will encourage participants to respond with self-compassion, creativity and connection to foster a sense of hope, belonging and purpose.

About Katy

Katy is a dance movement psychotherapist and community dance artist. At the heart of her work is the belief that dance and movement is a powerful medium for self-discovery, expression, connection and healing. Katy runs Norwich Theatres Unwind with Movement series, as well as her own dance for wellbeing group, Breathe, and also provides trauma informed dance movement psychotherapy to children and adults. Find more out about Katy’s works on Instagram @katydunnedancetherapy

Important information

Ticket prices: £8
This workshop is for adults only.

Workshop time: 6-7:30pm

Please wear clothes that are suitable for movement, and remember to bring a bottle of water.


This activity is part of Mind, Body, Earth, a programme that seeks to provide empathetic spaces where anxieties about our climate and the future can be safely expressed and explored. Developed in partnership with Norfolk and Waveney Mind.

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Fresh, seasonal, and locally sourced produce. Enjoy the best in food and drink  at our restaurant Prelude or a quick delicious bite before the show.

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