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Feel Ur Body Ballet & Contemporary Dance for Adults & Beginners
Every Saturday 4-6pm
Jan 13 – Mar 10, 2018 (8 weeks, skipping Feb 17 Family Day weekend)
New Year! New Movements!
Six Degrees Movement Studio
204 Spadina Avenue, 1/F
Rate:$226, $180, or $136 for the 8-week series (HST incl.)
(i.e. ~ $25, $20, or $15 for every 2-hour class)
*We need 6 people to pay $180, 2 people to pay $226 and 2 people to pay $136 to run the class. When 10 people sign up, we can have 5 PWYC spots for BIPOC folks.
Sign up before January 5th Friday: Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 416.866.8484
and let us know which rate you can afford to pay. We will respond with payment instruction as soon as possible.
Have you ever wanted to try ballet or contemporary dance but felt intimidated or have done it but didn’t like the elitism? This dance workshop shares the joys of dance & its technical aspects in an affirming environment!
Taught by Sze-Yang Ade-Lam, a founding member of ILL NANA/DiverseCity Dance Company, Feel Ur Body is a 6-week series of dance classes that focuses on feeling your body while learning dance. Sze-Yang works to create a judgement free space where everybody is valued and positive energy and affirmation are encouraged, so that people feel more comfortable exploring dance and movement while connecting with their bodies. This will be done through the medium of Ballet & Contemporary Dance that is heavily influenced by the energetic awareness of Kung Fu and musicality of Hip Hop & Street Styles. This class welcomes those who are completely new to dance and people with prior dance experience.
Each class will begin with warm ups, stretching & body conditioning, leading to ballet and contemporary barre exercises and movement in the centre of the room, and conclude with movement that travels through the space! Some of the benefits people may experience through this workshop but are not limited to are:
Sze-Yang Ade-Lam is a queer asian dancer, martial artist, storyteller & community developer, who has taught, choreographed, and performed internationally. Sze-Yang shares stories through movement for self love, empowerment, and liberation as an independent artist and as part of ILL NANA/DiverseCity Dance Company. Sze-Yang is committed to creating more accessible dance education and performance opportunities for people underrepresented in the arts. A graduate of the School of Toronto Dance Theatre, Sze-Yang continues to study Ballet with Xing Bang Fu, Simon Lalonde, and Christine Wright, Wing Chun with Ryan Kennedy, Hip Hop and Street Styles.