Korina Biggs BscEcon MA MSTAT
Korina is a somatic creative movement facilitator and an Alexander Technique teacher. She has an MA with distinction in Dance and Somatic Well-being from UCLAN and is a member of STAT – the Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique. For more information on her Alexander practice go to www.korinabiggs.co.uk
She is currently DBS checked.
She has always had a passion for movement as an expression of creativity and communication beyond words.
In the 90s she spent many years working as a founder member physical theatre performer and teacher with Frantic Assembly. During that time, as well as a reduction in pain and stress, lessons in the Alexander Technique improved the quality of her movement and voice and she was inspired her to embark on a three-year Alexander Technique teacher training course, qualifying in 2001.
Korina brings her combined experience of theatre, somatic movement and Alexander to working in a variety of contexts..
She is part of the faculty at RADA, London and ACT, Brighton. She has taught The LIR (Ireland's National Academy of Dramatic Art), ALRA (Academy of Live and Recorded Arts), Arts Educational Drama School, London, the Theatre Arts Foundation degree at Northbrook College, the Hampshire County Youth Orchestra and the STAT Performing Self professional development program.
She has recently had her research published in the Journal of Dance and Somatic Practices (Vol 7 Issue 1)
In her free time she enjoys many dance forms: 5 Rhythms, contact improvisation, butoh, lindy hop, and authentic movement. She is a founder member of Dancers In Landscape.