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AfroHouse Dance

Franklin-Wilkins Building, Waterloo Campus, London

27 Feb Sheila Part of Make Do Play

Trinity Laban are thrilled to deliver a fun, upbeat AfroHouse dance class that is open to everyBODY. This fun and vivacious class will leave you feeling energised, upbeat and full of sweaty self-love. This is more than just a class, it is an experience.

Please be sure to bring a drink bottle of water and come dressed in trainers and clothing that you are comfortable moving in.

Artist bio

Sheila Attah is a Holistic Dance Practitioner and founder of ‘Sitsofe Wellness’, a Company committed to  promoting self-care, self-love and self-healing through dance and movement. Sheila’s passion for mental wellbeing and her background in psychology has always coloured her artistic voice . As a result, Sheila is developing a culturally-appropriate and literate healing modality, using traditional African and African Diasporic dance forms as an alternative holistic healing experience for a diverse population.

Creativity for wellbeing fact: 
Research has shown creative dance can release endorphins, reduce stress and improve full-body coordination.

** Please note this event is exclusively for staff and students of King’s College London **

Make Do Play is produced by the university's Culture team for the King's Cultural Community. This session is delivered by Trinity Laban and dance practitioner Sheila Attah

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