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For more details, any questions or queries, and to book your place, please contact

Lootie on 07862 714521 or lootiebibby@gmail.com

Breathe – Listen – Move with Lootie Johansen-Bibby

with music, with others, with yourself


A chance to come together with others and move your body to the music in the safety and support of the Om studio.

No steps, and no way to get it wrong. Move as you feel, whatever feels good and enlivening for you. Let the music and your own impulses guide you.

Give yourself full permission to breathe, to stretch, to explore - to drop, to shake, to jump - to play, to lie, to rest.

A meditation in movement. A chance to let yourself just be. Listen deeply to your own self and move just for you. Share the space with others - maybe you’ll meet in movement. No pressure, no expectation.

Weaving together a dance that has never before been danced and will never be danced again.


What you might expect:-

   • Time to arrive

   • A safe and held space

   • Time to move with music

   • An opportunity to share with the group at the end about your experience, if you wish



For more details, any questions or queries, and to book your place, please contact Lootie on 07862 714521 or lootiebibby@gmail.com


Lootie Johansen-Bibby

Lootie trained at the London International School of Performing Arts (LISPA) and was a dancer and theatre performer, as well as working as a movement director, director and teacher for groups as diverse as circus artists, people with special needs, professional actors and young people.

Her creative teaching led to an interest in the therapeutic potential of the arts, and in 2012 she studied for a Postgraduate Diploma from the Institute of Arts in Therapy and Education. She went on to complete an MA in Dance Movement Psychotherapy at Goldsmiths University, and worked with children with profound disability, and adults in acute mental health and forensic settings.  

Lootie has lived experience of the healing potential of creativity, self-directed movement and taking time to stop and rest. She has studied yoga for many years, and practises insight meditation. Lootie’s interest is in facilitating people’s individual creative expression, with a focus on the process of embodiment, as a pathway to deeper personal and social healing.


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Breathe – Listen – Move

with music, with others, with yourself


A chance to come together with others and move your body to the music in the safety and support of the Om studio.

No steps, and no way to get it wrong. Move as you feel, whatever feels good and enlivening for you. Let the music and your own impulses guide you.

Give yourself full permission to breathe, to stretch, to explore - to drop, to shake, to jump - to play, to lie, to rest.

A meditation in movement. A chance to let yourself just be. Listen deeply to your own self and move just for you. Share the space with others - maybe you’ll meet in movement. No pressure, no expectation.

Weaving together a dance that has never before been danced and will never be danced again.




What you might expect:-

   • Time to arrive

   • A safe and held space

   • Time to move with music

   • An opportunity to share with the group at the end about your experience, if you wish


Lootie Johansen-Bibby


Lootie trained at the London International School of Performing Arts (LISPA) and was a dancer and theatre performer, as well as working as a movement director, director and teacher for groups as diverse as circus artists, people with special needs, professional actors and young people.

Her creative teaching led to an interest in the therapeutic potential of the arts, and in 2012 she studied for a Postgraduate Diploma from the Institute of Arts in Therapy and Education. She went on to complete an MA in Dance Movement Psychotherapy at Goldsmiths University, and worked with children with profound disability, and adults in acute mental health and forensic settings.  

Lootie has lived experience of the healing potential of creativity, self-directed movement and taking time to stop and rest. She has studied yoga for many years, and practises insight meditation. Lootie’s interest is in facilitating people’s individual creative expression, with a focus on the process of embodiment, as a pathway to deeper personal and social healing.


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