Join our Hula ladies, Smarty Dancers, Groovers, Belly Dancers, Bollywood stars, Dancers to Heal, Dance Fitness gals, Release Technique dancers or our Nia movers and shakers for your CHANCE TO DANCE at 12 noon, April 23rd!
Still & Moving Center teachers and students lead you in their unique dance styles, sharing the universal language of dance at Ward Warehouse Amphitheater.
Everyone deserves A CHANCE TO DANCE!
Perk for CHANCE TO DANCE Event
All dancers earn a free T shirt! Sign up well in advance so that we can get your T shirt size!
Here are three ways to participate in National Dance Week with Still & Moving Center for fun, fitness and health:
Come to our free Nia class at 11 am and our free CHANCE TO DANCE Event at noon! Ward Amphitheater, Saturday April 23rd.
Bring a Buddy to any dance or Nia class at Still & Moving, April 22-May 1 – FREE!
Write a fan letter to one of your dance or Nia teachers telling them why you love their class!
Still & Moving Center’s CHANCE TO DANCE! at the close, cosy Ward Warehouse Amphitheater on Saturday, April 23rd
Where: Ward Warehouse Amphitheater is under the Spaghetti Factory, near the food carts, and next to the Hawaiian book store: Native Books / Nā Mea. Saturday farmers market takes place out in front of Ward Warehouse.
11-12 pm Warm-up with Nia with Krista Hiser, Nia Black Belt. Free Nia class for the public to move to soul-stirring music with the expressiveness of dance, the yang energy of martial arts and the healing energy of yoga.
12-1 pm CHANCE TO DANCE Event! Still & Moving Center teachers and students demonstrate their unique dance styles, sharing the universal language of dance.
Who: Still & Moving Center teachers and their students. Bring your friends and fans to join the fun!
What: Take this CHANCE TO DANCE with your teacher and class – possibly to the theme song for National Dance week “Better When I’m Dancing” by Megan Trainor. Show us your stuff!
Dance Options: Join our Hula ladies, Smarty Dancers, Groovers, Belly Dancers, Bollywood stars, Dancers to Heal, Dance Fitness gals, Release Technique dancers or our Nia movers and shakers! Better yet, why not join them all!?!
BACKGROUND: National Dance Week was formed in 1981 when a group of dance-related organizations began a strong “grassroots” movement to bring greater recognition to dance. National Dance Week Foundation was established as a non-profit institution in 2011. Over the years, the organization’s dedication to its founding mission has inspired thousands of events during the ten-day annual celebration of National Dance Week in April, from gatherings in major cities to local showcases at small-town malls. These reflect the unique and creative abilities of the individuals and organizations who participate in an array of events, including the annual Dance Mob and annual Kick for Kindness Campaign, celebrating dance in unlimited ways throughout the year. http://nationaldanceweek.org/dance-mob/main/