Current Schedule

All of our offerings are in-person at this time. Some have options to participate online.

Afro-Brazilian Dance

Mondays 6:00pm – 7:30pm
Drop-in $15
Beginners and all levels welcome!

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Dandha’s Afro Brazilian Dance classes are an invitation to explore the rich world of Afro-Brazilian Dance traditions with a gifted and dedicated teacher. Her classes focus on folkloric and Orixa-inspired dance, Samba-Afro, and samba reggae, and other Brazilian dance styles and feature live drumming. Everyone will find challenge and inspiration in her dancing and teaching. All levels and all backgrounds welcome.


Tuesdays 6:00pm – 7:00pm
Drop-in $12
Beginners and all levels welcome!


Let's welcome new instructors Joan Fenwick & Dax Mills!

Worldanz is a rousing, high-intensity kinesthetic fitness program that exposes participants to a compelling range of dance forms and musical styles. Worldanz works to earnestly expand the dancer’s skill set through its distinct incorporation of unique movement challenges and absorbing dance rhythms. Its fusion of modern and traditional movement forms into a powerful anaerobic format designed to challenge the strongest of athletes while still being available to anyone wanting to move, learn and play.

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Dance Church

Sunday 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
Donation $10-$25 suggested
All ages welcome!


Dance Church is a place to deepen into dance, to lighten up your heart, and make new friends. There is no particular set way or form, no right or wrong ways to move. This event is family-friendly. Children are welcome.

We value your embodied expressions in a mindful community.
We are centering equity, and discovering what this looks and feels like. We are humbly trying to create an antiracist space to move freely and to embody diversity, equity and inclusion as an intentional community of movers and shakers. We don't know exactly what this will look like however we're open to ideas and would love feedback. If you have suggestions, please submit them in writing to one of the facilitators or the suggestion box.

Online via Zoom for video and for higher quality sound

Brazilian Samba

Our beloved facilitator

Sidney Nicol

is taking a cautionary pause

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