Amy Voris is a dance-maker and facilitator based in Manchester. Her practice is process-oriented and collaborative, driven by the desire to develop enduring relationships with people, with places and with movement material. In 2012, Amy completed training in Integrative Bodywork and Movement Therapy with Linda Hartley, a therapeutic approach to the body which now informs the way in which she makes dances. Alongside her artistic practice, she has worked in higher education for twenty years delivering a range of dance-related subjects within conservatoire and university settings. With choreographer Ruth Segalis and performer Natasha Gilmore, Amy was a founding member of Rose’s Thoughts Dance Company in London (1996-2003).
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