Virtual Dance Workshops
for Support Groups, Students, Community Orgs
If you are looking for a fun, engaging and inclusive dance experience that will get you and your community moving, this is the right opportunity for you!
Dance for All Bodies loves to work with support groups, student groups and community organizations as we are all about connecting and giving back to the community. Fun fact: We actually started this non-profit after a dance class at an amputee support group at San Francisco General Hospital, so we love connecting with more support groups, whether it is for Spinal Cord Injury, Breast Cancer Survivors or Acquired Disability Support Groups we are here to get you moving. All you need is a body and comfortable space for you to move.
Support Groups We Worked With
Women's Spinal Cord Injury Support Group
Support Group Participant Testimonials
"They organised a zoom class for women in wheelchairs. We are all levels of movement. We decided contemporary dance would be nice. It was fantastic! Loved the stretching out first then simple moves that became more complicated as we moved. A wonderful experience. We will be back!" - Mary Cooper
"At first,I felt awkward, as I was bedridden when I danced, but then I became more comfortable, and Samantha was very encouraging. It was really awesome, and took me out of myself for a while. Thank you so much!" - Maureen Cummings
Are You Ready to Dance? Contact Us!
If you are ready to schedule a dance class with us, contact us. Please give us at least two (2) weeks notice prior to the date you want to have the dance class to make sure we can schedule the class in time. In your contact form submission, make sure to address all the points below:
1- Date and time of when you want to have the dance class
2- The size of your group
3- How long you want the class to be
4- Preference for a specific style of dance
5- Any access needs we should be aware of
6- If you would like us to schedule an ASL interpreter for your event
7- If you would like to present about Dance for All Bodies or dance, disability and allyship at your event
7- Any other questions you have for us