Traditional dances consistently represent the beliefs of indigenous communities around the world. The movements, music, stage, religion, community, and performance exist in a intersecting system where the arts serve as a form of public health. We believes that telling our stories in our own dance “voices” is essential for empowering women in both patient gowns and white coats.

Explore our unique methods of  research, performances, workshops, and fellowships above! 

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