"It helped me to see that Dancing isn't just limited to just music or physical movement. It's really how moving connects us with others and our surroundings as well as being conscious of how it affects our body and minds. Dancing communicates our thoughts and feelings so well without talking." ~Anonymous 

DanceAbility movement improvisation can be high-energy or slow and gentle, so come as you are. This class is for people with and without disabilities, with and without formal dance training, to collaborate and create dynamic dance together. Live captioning provided.

DanceAbility movement improvisation can be high-energy or slow and gentle, so come as you are. This class is for people with and without disabilities, with and without formal dance training, to collaborate and create dynamic dance together.

Classes are facilitated via zoom every Friday September 11 through October 16 from 10:30 to noon.

Workshops will be taught by Cara Graninger, certified DanceAbility instructor, with assistance from Gwynneth VanLaven. It's sponsored by Detroit Disability Power.

New to Zoom? Feel free to reach out to caragraninger@gmail.com in advance of the workshop for some tips.  We'll support Zoom beginners during the workshop too.

This class is FREE. Donations are appreciated but not obligated. Visit this link to 

Cara will be e-mailing a Zoom link for the class to all who register. 

Register here: https://bit.ly/2Zl80Bp

If you're new to the class, please contact Cara Graninger via our Facebook or at caragraninger@gmail.com for a brief orientation and the link to join.

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