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Lucy Blazheva

Lucy is an Independent Dance Artist and Registered Dance Movement Psychotherapist (MA, RDMP), specialising in contemporary release technique, improvisation and somatic practices.

After undergraduate and post-graduate training at Trinity Laban, where she studied Theatre Studies and Community Dance in Education, Lucy went on to work within Community Dance Practice, where she has developed her practice for over a decade.

In 2011, Lucy’s extensive work in Dance and Education was personally recognised by the Prince of Wales, where further funding was awarded by The Princes Trust, to continue educational projects in schools and later initiated a pilot project in Children’s hospices, a now thriving programme within DanceEast’s health and wellbeing programme. This work ran parallel to movement sessions in Children’s Hospital Wards for all ages, both individually and in groups, along with dance for adults. Across the years, Lucy’s dedicated research and development into creative arts practice in NHS settings, spurred artist training and mentoring across child oncology, Children’s Hospital Wards, along with older adults including those with varying stages of Dementia and or Alzeimers disease.

Lucy has taught for Trinity Laban, E15 Acting School, Royal Opera House, Royal Academy of Dance, The Dance Network Association, DanceEast and DanceEast CAT and University of Suffolk. Alongside this, she devises and facilitates independent practice across Essex, Cambridge, Suffolk and Norfolk. She works across NHS, educational and community settings, facilitating Dance Movement Psychotherapy groups and individual sessions, movement improvisation, contemporary technique, choreological studies and dance for film.


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