UniverSOUL Hip Hop brings transformative, soul-centered dance education programs into academic and community spaces to cultivate adaptive lifelong skills that empower inner and interpersonal health and success.
Learn more at universoulhiphop.com
DIAVOLO | Architecture In Motion® is a creative movement production company that explores innovation by creating unique live, cinematic, digital, and media experiences.
Their mission is to create socially relevant work that celebrates the diversity and complexities of humankind. Using custom-made architectural structures, DIAVOLO combines storytelling and movement with the goal of restoring one’s mental, physical and emotional strengths.
Learn more at www.diavolo.org
By Your Side Dance Studio focuses on quality and personalized attention. Whether you are simply learning to dance for fun or looking to dance competitively, we can teach you to dance almost any form of partner dance with style and expertise.
Learn more at byyoursidedancestudio.com
The Global Dance Initiative
The Global Dance Initiative spotlights HEROES in our world - those that use DANCE to HEAL, CONNECT & INSPIRE! By raising awareness for their amazing work, and unifying their collective energy, we hope GDI will inspire others to do the same, and affect true change in our world.
To learn more, visit: www.globaldanceinitiative.com
Down Syndrome Association of Los Angeles
For over 40 years the Down Syndrome Association of Los Angeles (DSALA), a non-profit organization, has been a resource center supporting close to 1,800 individuals with Down syndrome and their families.
Our organization is a lifeline for new parents of children with Down syndrome. When they are facing dramatic and unexpected changes to their lives, we connect them to other families, and to community organizations that provide support, as well as vital information on educational, medical and community services. Our Peer Counseling Service offers comfort and optimism to approximately 80 new families annually.
To learn more, visit: www.dsala.org
Down Syndrome Association of Orange County
DSAOC’s mission is to create a place for connection, information and hope for people with Down syndrome and their families throughout greater Orange County, to promote Down syndrome awareness through community outreach, and to offer programs, services and support that aim to empower individuals with Down syndrome to reach their full potential.
To learn more, visit: www.dsaoc.org
8 Count Dance
8 Count is under the direction and ownership of Sarah D’Agostino and Sarah Svendsen. They pride themselves on their dedication and commitment to offering superior technical training, emphasizing the importance of hard work and dedication, and encouraging dancer until and comaraderie.
To learn more, visit: www.8countla.com
Infinite Flow : A Wheelchair Dance Company
Infinite Flow is a professional inclusive dance company and nonprofit org based in Los Angeles, Founded in 2015. We use dance as a vehicle to empower people to #BeINFINITE and create a world where people of all abilities are included.
To learn more, visit: www.infiniteflowdance.org
Jeannette is a filmmaker, dear friend of Free 2 Be Me Dance, and a passionate advocate for Down Syndrome Awareness. Jeanette hopes to see inclusion within the advertising community for people with disabilities. Her documentary “Free 2 Be Me” aired at the 2015 Special Olympics World Games, screened at many film festivals and is currently airing on Dance Network. For more information about Jeannette Godoy visit: www.jeannettegodoydirector.com
Westside School of Ballet
Westside School of Ballet offers training in classical ballet for all ages and levels of dancers.
To learn more, visit: www.westsideschoolofballet.com
The Dance Ability Movement
The Dance Ability Movement creates opportunities for individuals of all abilities to experience the arts! Occupational Therapists and Dance Instructors, Mallory and Jade, have created The Dance Ability Movement as a way to provide inclusive and accessible programming in dance studios so that everyone can participate!
To learn more, visit: www.danceabilitymovement.com