Mia is a DeafDisabled performing artist and filmmaker. Having had the pleasure of growing up in a dance company that truly believed dance is for everyone and then turned away from nearly all other dance companies for having the "wrong" body, they know firsthand how important accessible dance classes are.
With over 25 combined years of challenging what it means to be an artist, they are thrilled to bring all they have learned over the years to DfAB.
Allison is a neurodivergent & invisibly disabled former professional dancer who felt herself moving away from "dance for dancers" post-career, in search of the raw joy of movement for all. Allison is very happy to have found and be working with DfAB, and is continuing to grow within advocacy movements in the performing arts as a certified Intimacy Coordinator for Film & TV.
ASL Interpreting Coordinator
Jenny is a lover of dance, a free spirit, and an advocate for change. She works in Special Education in The San Francisco Bay Area. Jenny has always had a passion for the arts. Growing up, she engaged in ballet classes, modern dance, and was a violinist in the school and community orchestra. To date, she works with local community organizations to create change for people with disabilities. She also volunteers her time by providing communication access through ASL interpreting at a local drag show to support transition-aged students.
Event Outreach Coordinator
Amanda has a love for dance, art, music and theater. Theater has been a part of her life since high school. She has been in many of musicals over the years. She loves seeing how much joy dancing can bring to people. She enjoys creating events for DfAB’s on the website and loves being a part of DfAB.
Graphic Design Coordinator
Amy is an extroverted optimist who wishes to be a part of a positive change. She is a lover of all forms of creative expression—from dance to music to even baking pastries and sweets. Amy is involved in her dance group on campus as Choreography Chair and enjoys spreading the joy of dance to everyone.
Rachel loves dance, music, and playing guitar. She played soccer for 13 years and always turns to dance or sports to relieve stress. Rachel joined Dance for All Bodies to help share the beauty of dance and its ability to empower people. She is currently a student at UC Berkeley, studying cell biology and psychology.
Kristin is a communications specialist and program manager. She has worked with non-profits and corporations to create mutually beneficial partnerships that positively impact society and the environment.
Kristin joined Dance for All Bodies to increase access to the mental and physical benefits of movement.
Kristin enjoys fitness, learning new things, and the science and art of organic gardening.
Catherine is a passionate dancer and educator originally from Oak Park, IL. She began dancing at three years old and was lucky to be a part of an inclusive dance class, celebrating all bodies and abilities, as part of her dance education. Since graduating from Kenyon College in 2019 with a degree in Psychology and Dance, Catherine has worked in early education at Denver Public Schools integrating dance and movement into her work with our youngest students. She is thrilled to be a part of the DfAB community.
Social Media Coordinator
Sarah has been dancing since she was three, and loves the sense of community it brings! She graduated from the University of Iowa in 2021 with a B.A. in dance, where she became interested in somatic practices and dance as a healing method. Sarah values the opportunity for people to develop a strong mind-body connection, and is passionate about finding ways to move the body in a healing, encouraging, and safe environment. Sarah is so grateful to be a part of the DfAB team!
Victoria started dancing at the age of four and has never stopped since! She particularly enjoys contemporary and ballet and loves the amazing community that dance cultivates. Victoria joined Dance for All Bodies because she is passionate about sharing the power of dance and its ability to connect all kinds of people. She is currently studying Nutritional Sciences: Physiology & Metabolism at UC Berkeley.