Freelance Dance Artist
Rosina Bonsu trained as a teacher at Southlands College of Education Roehampton Institute and went on to attend London Contemporary Dance School. In 1984 she moved to Glasgow as the Artistic Director, Scottish Ballet Steps Out then in 1998 founded The Dance House, now Dance House Glasgow the national dance agency for Glasgow and the West of Scotland.
Rosina is currently on staff at West College Scotland and the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland teaching dance and movement. She runs Rosina Bonsu Moves teaching Yoga and Breathing Bones. Breathing Bones is a series of relaxed postures and placements of the body. Together with the breath and gravity these aim to free the joints, release the muscles, realign the skeletal structure and balance the body. Breathing Bones works on all aspects of the body and mind.
Rosina's recent choreographic projects include Tam o'Shanter for Hopscotch, Connections at Eden Court Theatre and Diving for Pearls for the Govan and Craighton Intergration Network.”