Due to Covid-19, many of our in-person classes are currently paused until further notice. Please check back for updates as we will be posting schedules of upcoming online ZOOM classes.


“red dress”

In celebration of April as Tucson Sculpture Month, we had the wonderful opportunity to collaborate with Sculpture Tucson at their Rough Terrain show at Brandi Fendton Memorial Park.

Sculpture: “Savanna Silhouette: Dedicated to Missing Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls” by Julia Arriola

Movement is all around us. We are part of that movement.

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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.


Our unique Equinimity Project allows participants to connect with each other while connecting with horses through unmounted creative group dance.

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.

Equinimity Participant

To advance societal inclusion through movement and dance.