Anderson Performance Clinic
Anderson Performance Clinic is designed to bring knowledge developed from years of working with elite performers to anyone interested in learning about it and applying it to their own life. The result of working with Anderson PC is that you will gain greater insight into physical and mental strategies incorporated into how peak performers prepare themselves physically and mentally, and how those strategies are best integrated for maximum effect. Anderson PC is located at Scotiabank Dance Centre, 677 Davie St. Vancouver, BC. Please direct any questions to email@example.com.
The Canadian Alliance of Dance Artists/West Chapter is a membership of dance artists, educators, advocates and supporters working together to raise professional standards within the dance employment sector. We support dance artists at all stages of their careers through our programs, online resources, advocacy and special programming. Join us in advocating for the vital role of dance in society. CADA/West has 5 Membership levels, you do not have to be a dancer to join!
Dancer Transition Resource Centre
The Dancer Transition Resource Centre (DTRC) works with professional dancers on an individual basis, providing compassionate support and practical services to address all stages of the career. Dancers are better able to reach their potential while performing; prepare in advance for life after dance; and pursue meaningful and fulfilling second careers when a life on stage is no longer possible.
Dancinema Productions Ltd.
Erik Zennstrom Photography captures artists at work, and the magic of the creative process. Fees always negotiable. firstname.lastname@example.org / cell 604.657.1204
Essentrics is a full body program designed to rebalance the entire body through simultaneous stretching and strengthening (also known as Classical Stretch as seen on PBS)
Jason graduated in Cinematography and has written-directed-produced over 13 films, which has screened at festivals across Europe, United States and Canada. He received the Gerry Brunet Memorial Award at Vancouver Queer Film Festival in 2011 and in 2015 was recipient of the Jury Choice Award at Reel Pride Winnipeg.
Johanna Ward has been teaching some form of cardio-dance for over 17 years and it is still the best part of her day! Known for her positive energy and enthusiasm, Johanna believes that everyone has their own IT factor; the thing that motivates them to move. IT also stands for integrated training, inspired time and innovative techniques. Her danceIT classes are designed to be both FUN and functional, where everyone can access their inner dancer. Visit theitfactor.ca to find out more about her fitness philosophy, dance-based classes and personal training.
A Person of Etiquette Shapes the World by Acts of Grace.
Proper body postures
Choosing the appropriate wardrobes
And much more…
It is a spectacular quality to know how to calmly carry oneself in any situation and be able to lead by example. Such self-esteem, integrity and proper respect for others transcend to affect the prospect of the people and the surrounding context. New classes starting May 17th Sunday 2:30pm to 4:30pm.
Honour Dance now on Youtube http://youtu.be/IZ8qn-dTwFY
A film inspired by love of the threatened earth and First Nations leaders who ask us to stand by them and make a statement in whatever expression moves us. Long time arts administrator, producer, and choreographer Lindy Sisson's expression is dance and she joined forces with artist, writer and filmmaker Anne Watson (Main Street Media) to undertake this project. The comrades sharing in this dance include Margie Gillis and four participants from her Hollyhock workshop on Cortes Island. We dance to raise awareness and to honour the earth.
Made in BC - Dance on Tour
Made in BC - Dance on Tour is a non-profit society dedicated to building a culture for dance throughout the province of British Columbia. Our programs create opportunities for people from all over BC to learn about the arts, express themselves creatively and celebrate a shared humanity through dance performance and activities.
OURO is an eclectic, Vancouver-based dance collective that uses hip-hop, waacking, breaking, popping and contemporary dance as the foundation for the creation and production of new work. As individual artists coming from diverse cultural and dance backgrounds, OURO sees collaboration as a catalyst for dialogue, creative innovation, and community building. United around the common goal of pushing the boundaries of how street dance-based works are created and presented, OURO is dedicated to creating performances that explore the full range of possibilities and identities the group represents.
plastic orchid factory
plastic orchid factory is an artist-run, interdisciplinary organization that uses the body as a site for social commentary. Established in 2008, plastic orchid develops methodologies for creation that foster engagement, play, and exploration with artists from a diversity of backgrounds and practices. Through collaboration, performance and research, plastic orchid deftly probes connections between contemporary bodies and the social, political and technological landscapes that they inhabit.
Tessa Perkins Deneault
I'm an arts journalist and freelance writer based in Surrey, BC who specializes in writing about dance and theatre, but loves everything to do with the arts.
In my day job I work at Simon Fraser University, and I am also an alumna of SFU - BA in English and French literatures with a minor in publishing. I also tutor students of all ages in English and French.
When I'm not working on my many writing projects, I'm most likely pursuing one of my other interests including environmental issues, politics, travel, or dance and yoga.