Elizabeth Foster is a Dance practitioner and Lecturer.
Foster holds an MA in Dance/Movement Psychotherapy and is a lecturer in Dance Movement Studies at the College of Health and Social Care at the University of Derby. Foster delivers modules in Dance, Diversity and Inclusion, Physicality and Technique and Creative Expressive Therapy.
Foster’s work includes education and choreographic project work with the Royal Opera House, Birmingham Royal Ballet, English National Ballet, Buxton Opera House and the Royal Ballet School. Foster is also an amateur for Rambert Dance Company and teaches the company's repertoire in a variety of educational settings. More locally, Foster teaches ballet and contemporary technique at Deda, Derby's dance centre.
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