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Professional Development


All Bodies Dance Project offers workshops for community groups, organizations, companies and schools. Our unique approach to accessible and inclusive dance is suitable for all ages and experience levels, and can be tailored to the specific needs and desires of your group or community.                     
ABDP is also available for speaking engagements on topics such as community-engaged arts, accessibility / inclusion, disability arts, inclusive choreography, and dance practice.  


For bookings and inquiries, get in touch with us here

Five dancers in a bright studio caught in a moment of dance movement.

Photo credit: Erik Zennström


All Bodies Dance Project is invested in supporting artists through mentorship and training. We recognize the many systemic barriers that exist to accessing typical dance training and to acquiring the skills and experience needed to take on leadership roles within the arts sector. From the beginning, we have been actively engaged in mentoring artists as choreographers, facilitators, performers and administrators. It is our goal to empower under-represented artists (both with and without disabilities) to be able to access the art form, grow, and make dance that will impact our world.  

If you are interested in mentorship or support from us, please reach out here

A bright dance studio with seven dancers of various ages, sizes and disabilities spread out  during class.

Photo credit: Yvonne Chew A bright dance studio with sunlight streaming in from the floor to ceiling windows. Five dancers varying in age, race, size and disability move in the space together. Some are bent over, arm/s dangling towards the floor or arms stretching up and out.

DancingWITH Teacher Exchange

Dancing WITH Teaching Exchange is a mentorship training focused on inclusive community dance practice. The training provides practical skill building, knowledge sharing, and mentorship to a small cohort of dance artists, both artists with and without disabilities interested in ABDP’s inclusive, community classes. 

Training is provided through workshops, studio sessions, practice teaching opportunities, class observations, one to one discussions, and participation in our weekly community classes. Priority is given to artists who have faced barriers to gaining typical dance training as well as barriers to typical employment. The intention is to expand our roster of teachers, grow our network, and provide new opportunities for artists.    

For more information, please reach out to us here

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