Adaptive & Inclusive Dance Teacher Professional Training by Dancin Power - 2019 dates TBA
Get trained by Dancin Power, the organization that developed the first IN-hospital Adaptive & Inclusive designed dance teaching program method in the United States. For over a decade, our program has been breaking barriers in medicine by using mindfulness, and dance as a way to help improve hospitalized children's quality of life and feel happier.
Other areas where our approach and method have been successfully applied:
- Hospitals & hospices
- Homeless shelters for survivors of domestic violence
- Programs serving neurodiverse children and adults
- Memory care assisted living
- Programs serving refugee children & youth
- Programs serving children who suffered trauma
Our work has been praised by dance legends such as Debbie Allen and Misty Copeland, has been broadcast nationally by the Huffington Post and NowThis, and featured globally in the British Medical Journal.
Dates: Spring 2019
Time: 10am to 5pm (both days)
Location: Google Community Space at 188 The Embarcadero - San Francisco, CA
What to expect: Adaptive & Inclusive Dance Teacher Training specially designed approach and method modules. Practicum demo classes. Interactive activities.
Tuition fee: $295
A certificate, 15-hours of Dancin Power Adaptive & Inclusive Dance Teacher Professional Training sessions and all training materials. Food: Snacks, drinks, and lunch. One post-training individual follow-up 60-min session with Dancin Power’s founder to help guide and prepare you for your next arts in health journey of starting your own practice or program.
The feel-good part: All proceeds from the training tuition will be used to sustain FREE Dancin Power lessons to kids inside the children's hospitals we serve.
How to Apply: Enrollment is limited and a short application is required. The form application link will be available once the 2019 training dates are confirmed.
Who should attend this training?
Any dancer, movement practitioner, therapist, or dance teacher who would like to incorporate the healing power of dance into their current practices. The training is also geared to artists who would like to join the Arts in Health field by bringing dance into the lives of children and adults inside hospitals and other institutions where dance is not usually accessible.
Once I'm done with the full weekend training, am I expected to teach under Dancin Power?
Not all at all. This training aims to serve as a unique enrichment to help open new opportunities for your arts in health career and journey.
What if I want to teach under Dancin Power's umbrella?
If you are interested in teaching in one of our 5 locations, in the East or West Coast, we recommend you to please get in touch with us for more information on that process.
More Questions? Please email Training@DancinPower.org or call Vania Deonizio at 510-384-1199