Living Colour Creative

Living Colour Creative

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Hello! I’m Anna Gilderson a dancer, choreographer and teacher. With a passion for encouraging, growing and releasing others to have fun, be who they are and use their creativity.
Dance and movement is at the heart of what I do. It’s an excellent form of communication that crosses boundaries and cultures and talks about things that people may find hard to. I try to cross some of those boundaries in the work that I do.
Living Colour Creative is about my desire to develop, share and expand the work I do with uC Grace and my daily life. There are so many times in life where we let things pass us by, rather than realising what’s there! We should be expectant for the things to come, expectant that God will move.
My biggest passion is combining my love for dance and movement with my love for faith, challenging people’s journey’s, encouraging them to draw closer to God.

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Moving with Gods Armour.

Friday's DancePosted by Anna Fri, May 23, 2014 17:48:22

We had a great dance earlier in May in some lovely space at Christ’s College Guildford; there were several new faces, some of which had travelled quite far to join us for the day which was even better.

Throughout the day we explored many different aspects of what the Bible says about movement and what it means to us. Part of the exercises was exploring the truth about the Armour of God and the significance and power that there is in actively putting it on, moving as an army and declaring Gods truth.

This week’s video is just a small snippet from the day (a full highlights video will follow shortly) that demonstrates the group exploring the Armour of God and some of the movements they made up in response to various aspects of the Armour.



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