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Contemporary Improv Dance with All Bodies Dance Project

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August 5, 2022 @ 12:00 pm 1:00 pm EDT

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Dance is for everybody! Join the All Bodies Dance Project on alternating Fridays at 12pm PT to connect with the joy of movement, self-discovery, and imagination – all from the comfort of your home.

Explore and improvise through movement prompts, phrases, shapes, and activities that celebrate the diversity of inclusive community dance. No experience required; everyone is welcome!

Janice Laurence is a life long learner, disabled dance artist, educator, and world traveller. Her unique dance practice includes the joyful exploration of using various mobility aids. Janice was born with the neuromuscular disease Charcot Marie Tooth (CMT) Type 1A. She enthusiastically believes that movement, community, connections, and diversity are our strengths. She takes great delight in being part of All Bodies Dance Project. Janice also facilitates virtual improv dance classes for Dance for All Bodies, and is a Movement Ambassador for the Hereditary Neuropathy Foundation.

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The Disability Foundation and affiliated societies’ locations, programs, and events are inclusive and welcoming environments. Participation in any of the aforementioned organizations is subject to the observance of the Disability Foundation and affiliated societies’ rules and procedures. Staff, volunteers, and clients are part of a team and expected to conduct themselves in a respectful manner. This means that physical harm, verbal or written abuse, harassment of any kind, and any bullying behaviour will not be tolerated. Anyone found to have committed conduct prohibited by the societies is subject to disciplinary actions as deemed fit by the Executive Director, up to and including removal from the programs.