Dance is for Everybody and Every Body
We had such a wonderful time at the Dancing Among Sculptures community event. Thanks to everyone who came out and danced with us.
Dancesequences Equinimity is back, Feb. 17 – Mar. 31! The herd is waiting for you!
Dancesequences Garden Gathering, Dec. 17, 2022
This is how we improvise!
Movement is all around us. We are part of that movement.
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Dancesequences Inc. provides dance programming within vulnerable communities for people with compromised immune systems. The health, safety and welfare of each member of our team and family members of our extended community is of the highest priority. Currently, we facilitate public events in outdoor spaces. Masks are optional at our outdoor events, but required at indoor events. Individuals who are not feeling well or are experiencing symptoms are prohibited from participating in our programs. Please stay home and get better. Check back for updates as our Covid responses will change accordingly as the situation evolves. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
We facilitate open-access inclusive creative group dance workshops and residencies within diverse communities, local and internatonal.
We conduct Community Sharings that include interactive experiences for all attendees.
Dancesequences Equinimity provides a space for participants to connect with each other while dancing with horses through unmounted creative group dance improvisation.
“Joyful Movement is a wonderful opportunity for women experiencing homelessness to shed their emotional burden for one hour while experiencing their bodies in a nurturing playful activity. For many homeless women, the body is something to protect, to feed, and to keep clean. While dancing, they can physically experience their resiliency and open their bodies to a positive experience. Joyful Movement is as much about healing as it is dancing.”Penny Buckley, Program Director, Sister Jose Women’s Center
“Dancing With horses has clarified something important about being alive for me. Allowing the horses to have their say allows me to be ‘with’ rather than ‘over’ - so important in these times. The horses look you right in the eye. We experience each other equally.“Dancesequences Equinimity Participant
Advancing inclusion through movement and dance.