Virtual Dance Classes for Youth
Dance for All Bodies loves working with youth! We have hosted virtual youth dance classes over the summer and we want to continue offering them on an on demand basis. We want to encourage more youth with and without disabilities to come together, create and have fun. We want youth of all abilities to feel beautiful, confident and powerful in their bodies. We want to all youth to have access to the creative, self-explorative and expression tool that is dance. And we want all youth to access a fun physical exercise!
As DfAB, we are here to support you in organizing a dance class. We can organize either individual private virtual dance classes for youth at home or group dance classes for youth at a school, clinic or community center. These classes can either be for one time or at an ongoing basis. If you are interested in one of these options, scroll down to learn more about our programming.
Are You Ready to Dance? Contact Us!
If you are ready to schedule a dance party 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
"What an amazing group of dancers, I am beyond grateful that I found this wonderful group where my child can follow the passion of dance in her own abilities, as a wheelchair dancer since day one she started sharing with her friends about the beautiful experience that she had on her Hip-Hop dance and Salsa Classes. Instructors are very professional, they pay attention on every detail such as captions, language translation, etc. Inclusion is what I had found in Dance for All Bodies." - Lennie Gonzalez