• Baby Moves with Rebecca Haseltine

    Learn to move with your baby. Class for infants 0-12 months and their caregivers. Pregnant women welcome!

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  • Hot Spot with Stacey Printz

    Printz’s contemporary-jazz technique mixes physically charged, fresh, contemporary dance with elements of jazz and hip-hop allowing students the opportunity to bridge the gap between dance genres  - it is a place where int/adv students with diverse training backgrounds can mingle and broaden their dance aesthetic. Her classes explore a blended style of dance focusing on musicality, syncopation, detailed gesture, floor work and athleticism.  She is known for her upbeat attitude, uplifting music, and inviting classroom energy and encourages dancers to enjoy and celebrate their dance practice and development.

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  • Hot Spot with Alternativa

    GUT Motives is an alternative contemporary dance class, an ongoing research towards a general unified theory of the act of motion from internal impulse to external expression. The work utilizes a hybrid of forms to encourage deep awareness and understanding of the body in itself and the body in motion, motivated by multiple meanings of guts, including viscera, center of gravity, courage, instinct, intuition, revelation and vulnerability.

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  • Global Dance Passport: Tango with Andrea Fuchilieri & Neeraj Korde

    In this workshop dancers will explore the essentials tools for partnering dance. This class features a first section (½ hour) of individual technique exercises and drills building a routine that will help develop essential tools of communication for partner dances with focus on Argentine Tango. In the second section (1 hour) we introduce classic tango sequences, and work on their structure, dynamics and musicality, we will build up the vocabulary for performance.

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  • Hot Spot with Stacey Printz

    Printz’s contemporary-jazz technique mixes physically charged, fresh, contemporary dance with elements of jazz and hip-hop allowing students the opportunity to bridge the gap between dance genres  - it is a place where int/adv students with diverse training backgrounds can mingle and broaden their dance aesthetic. Her classes explore a blended style of dance focusing on musicality, syncopation, detailed gesture, floor work and athleticism.  She is known for her upbeat attitude, uplifting music, and inviting classroom energy and encourages dancers to enjoy and celebrate their dance practice and development.

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  • Contact Improvisation with Krista Denio

    This class proposes the inherent relationship between Composition and Contact Improvisation. From individual movement choices, to partnering work, and ensemble awareness of the whole room and relationships, we can broaden range and locate more diverse choice-making in the dance. Drop-ins welcome. ODC class passes accepted, or pay a $15 drop in fee per class.

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  • Global Dance Passport: Contemporary with Kristin Damrow

    In Kristin Damrow’s Contemporary Workshop, beginning and intermediate dancers will have the opportunity to step deep inside the mind of a choreographer. Over the course of this ten-week workshop, dancers will work as a cohesive group and learn the creative process of building narrative through movement. They will learn choreography, dissect and rearrange phrase work, and refine partner work by sharing weight and developing trust with each another. This unique opportunity is specially designed for students who are curious to learn more about contemporary dance though the process of choreography and performance.  

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  • Global Dance Passport: Flamenco with Danica Sena 

    Elegant, Dynamic, Rhythmic, Expressive, and Poetic. Awaken your senses, passions and creativity with an exclusive Flamenco performance opportunity. Open to all levels. Internationally-acclaimed master flamenco and Spanish dance teacher/choreographer Danica Sena has created, performed and produced over 200 original works for television, independent film and stage in Spain (where she resided from 1991-2000) as well as throughout Japan, Czech Republic, Mexico and the U.S. Her movement, musical, literary and directorial expertise land her theatrical, operatic, orchestral and cinematic collaborations on a regular basis.

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  • Global Dance Passport: Tap with Bruce Biada

    Enjoy and enhance your tap technique while learning and honing your skills as a performer with Bruce Biada in our Global Passport performance workshop! Bruce Biada has choreographed, performed and taught dance professionally in the SF Bay Area for 30+ years including work on the East Coast and abroad. His work has encompassed industrial/commercial work as well as studio and company concerts. Extensive early training in several dance styles adds to the diversity of his work. Bruce enjoys imparting many styles, ranging from the classics to the current, absorbing & infusing different styles, with innovative whimsy and humor scattered throughout...and, at times, tapping outside of the box.

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  • Baby Moves with Rebecca Haseltine

    Learn to move with your baby. Class for infants 0-12 months and their caregivers. Pregnant women welcome!

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  • Master Class: Silvestre Technique with Rosangela Silvestre

    The Silvestre Dance Technique is a contemporary Brazilian dance expression created by world renowned teacher and choreographer Rosangela Silvestre. This unique yet classically based form incorporates the four elements of nature, the chakra system, and the three triangles of the body. Symbology is the Silvestre Technique’s utilization of the gestures of the Orixa dances in combination with the Silvestre Technique. A study of African Brazilian traditional symbols within choreography, and how to work with the Silvestre Technique creatively. Together they provide the expression and interpretation of the exercises with the objective of conditioning the body, mind and spirit for dance of any form.

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  • Hot Spot with Alternativa

    GUT Motives is an alternative contemporary dance class, an ongoing research towards a general unified theory of the act of motion from internal impulse to external expression. The work utilizes a hybrid of forms to encourage deep awareness and understanding of the body in itself and the body in motion, motivated by multiple meanings of guts, including viscera, center of gravity, courage, instinct, intuition, revelation and vulnerability.

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  • Global Dance Passport: Street Jazz with Rena Marie Guidry

    Join Rena Marie for an opportunity to step on stage and dance fully and expressively in this Street Jazz workshop. Drawing on Rena’s training in Jazz and hip hop, you will experience a rich warm up aimed at strengthening your core and legs, to support strong expansive movement. You will have the opportunity to dance big, with grace, as well as, power. 

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  • Global Dance Passport: Tango with Andrea Fuchilieri & Neeraj Korde

    In this workshop dancers will explore the essentials tools for partnering dance. This class features a first section (½ hour) of individual technique exercises and drills building a routine that will help develop essential tools of communication for partner dances with focus on Argentine Tango. In the second section (1 hour) we introduce classic tango sequences, and work on their structure, dynamics and musicality, we will build up the vocabulary for performance.

    DISCOVER MORE
  • Hot Spot with Stacey Printz

    Printz’s contemporary-jazz technique mixes physically charged, fresh, contemporary dance with elements of jazz and hip-hop allowing students the opportunity to bridge the gap between dance genres  - it is a place where int/adv students with diverse training backgrounds can mingle and broaden their dance aesthetic. Her classes explore a blended style of dance focusing on musicality, syncopation, detailed gesture, floor work and athleticism.  She is known for her upbeat attitude, uplifting music, and inviting classroom energy and encourages dancers to enjoy and celebrate their dance practice and development.

    DISCOVER MORE
  • Contact Improvisation with Krista Denio

    This class proposes the inherent relationship between Composition and Contact Improvisation. From individual movement choices, to partnering work, and ensemble awareness of the whole room and relationships, we can broaden range and locate more diverse choice-making in the dance. Drop-ins welcome. ODC class passes accepted, or pay a $15 drop in fee per class.

    DISCOVER MORE
  • Global Dance Passport: Contemporary with Kristin Damrow

    In Kristin Damrow’s Contemporary Workshop, beginning and intermediate dancers will have the opportunity to step deep inside the mind of a choreographer. Over the course of this ten-week workshop, dancers will work as a cohesive group and learn the creative process of building narrative through movement. They will learn choreography, dissect and rearrange phrase work, and refine partner work by sharing weight and developing trust with each another. This unique opportunity is specially designed for students who are curious to learn more about contemporary dance though the process of choreography and performance.  

    DISCOVER MORE
  • Global Dance Passport: Flamenco with Danica Sena 

    Elegant, Dynamic, Rhythmic, Expressive, and Poetic. Awaken your senses, passions and creativity with an exclusive Flamenco performance opportunity. Open to all levels. Internationally-acclaimed master flamenco and Spanish dance teacher/choreographer Danica Sena has created, performed and produced over 200 original works for television, independent film and stage in Spain (where she resided from 1991-2000) as well as throughout Japan, Czech Republic, Mexico and the U.S. Her movement, musical, literary and directorial expertise land her theatrical, operatic, orchestral and cinematic collaborations on a regular basis.

    DISCOVER MORE
  • Global Dance Passport: Tap with Bruce Biada

    Enjoy and enhance your tap technique while learning and honing your skills as a performer with Bruce Biada in our Global Passport performance workshop! Bruce Biada has choreographed, performed and taught dance professionally in the SF Bay Area for 30+ years including work on the East Coast and abroad. His work has encompassed industrial/commercial work as well as studio and company concerts. Extensive early training in several dance styles adds to the diversity of his work. Bruce enjoys imparting many styles, ranging from the classics to the current, absorbing & infusing different styles, with innovative whimsy and humor scattered throughout...and, at times, tapping outside of the box.

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  • Baby Moves with Rebecca Haseltine

    Learn to move with your baby. Class for infants 0-12 months and their caregivers. Pregnant women welcome!

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