Family Dance for Wellbeing ELTHAM LIBRARY Pop up

Dates and times

Wednesday 16 August 10:30 – 11:30


Eltham Library
Archery Road

Pick Your Price

We know times are tough at the moment, so we offer a scale of prices that allow you to pick what you can afford. Want to know more? See our pricing policy for full details.

£8.00. Our top price is significantly lower than other classes in London.

£5.00. You still get the same excellent quality class or event, just at a level you feel more comfortable with.

£2.00. Every contribution helps.

£0.00 – Our Classes and events will remain free to ensure all can access them.

For All Ages

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30 years in pictures: Fun Palaces. A dancer is holding a paper fortune teller and is surrounded by families

Greenwich Dance invites you to a special ‘pop up’ Dance for Wellbeing session in Eltham Library. Designed to lift the spirits and make you feel good, this session is guaranteed to be enjoyable and get you moving.

Whether you are a parent or carer or grandparent, this is for ALL generations of the family. Do as much or as little as you feel able to do, in our inclusive and accessible session. We welcome you to come and try some creative and playful movement with us.

Our sessions aim to improve your mental and physical wellbeing in an inclusive and fun environment.

What to expect?

• Take part in a warm up, seated or standing.
• Learn movement in your own way, led by our dance artist in resident.
• Play and improvise with your own movement ideas to music.
• Create and share.
• Have fun in a welcoming space.

Do as much or as little as you feel able to do, in our inclusive and accessible session.

We welcome the local Ukrainian community to join us.

Who's Who

Holly Smith

Holly is a London based dance teacher, producer and administrator. Gaining a BA (Hons) in Contemporary Dance at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance; whilst studying Holly discovered her passion for dance teaching and education through working on childrens classes at Chisenhale Dance Space and Trinity Laban.

After graduating Holly joined the Learning and Participation team at Trinity Laban where she gained a wealth of experience of working in education and community settings with children and young people, including young people with additional needs and disabilities, all the way up to teaching adults, older adults and adults with acquired brain and stroke injuries.

Now a freelance artist, Holly teaches for Trinity Laban, the Royal Academy of Dance, DanceWest, Truefitt Collective and supports classes for Greenwich Dance, working across schools, community classes and private dance studios. Alongside her teaching work Holly is the Education and Outreach Coordinator for Truefitt Collective and Associate Programme and Primary Steps Coordinator at the Royal Ballet School and was previously Participation Producer for RISE Youth Dance.

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Its been a wonderful experience. It feels like a simple dance and exercise session but it is incredibly beneficial

Eltham - Dance for Wellbeing Participant

90% of participants report a huge positive impact on their wellbeing from attending the Dance for Wellbeing sessions.

Greenwich Dance Evaluation

Being able to attend the sessions free of charge has made a big difference to accessibility for me and others

Dance For Wellbeing Participant