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November 7, 2020 - March 31, 2021

Propeller Dance Digital Classes

Hosted by Propeller Dance

Through our Children’s, Youth and Adult Recreational Dance Programs, Propeller Dance provides dance education and training through on-going dance classes that take place weekly between September and June each year. All people (people with no disabilities, people with disabilities of every level and type), are welcome to take classes. Personal support workers are welcome if necessary.

All classes are taught by Propeller Dance teachers, accompanied by professional musicians, and supported by dance partner specialists and teaching assistants. Our classes focus on creativity and expression, as well as aerobic activity, improving strength, coordination, and flexibility. Propeller Dance teaching methodologies draw on a variety of dance genres such as contemporary dance and improvisation.

All participants have the chance to take part in our recreational dance performances.

Many new students like to try out a class to see if it suits before committing to the full term. If you would like to do a trial class first, please get in touch by emailing info@propellerdance.com.

More information

Children’s Recreational Classes
Children 4-12, Saturdays 10:00-11:00

November 7-December 5 (5 Classes)
January 16-March 27 (8 classes)

Youth Recreational Classes
Ages 13 and up, Saturdays, 1:00-2:00

November 7-December 5 (5 classes)
January 16-March 27: (8 classes)

Adult Classes
Mondays 6:30-7:30

January 11-March 29 (10 Zoom classes)
Teacher: Elizabeth Emond-Stevenson

Wednesdays 6:30-7:30
January 20-March 31 (10 classes)
Teacher: Kira Zanyk Davey

Organization

  • Propeller Dance

    421 Richmond Road, Ottawa, ON, Canada

    info@propellerdance.com (613) 236-5192

    Propeller Dance has been an innovator in the field of contemporary integrated dance and diverse performance practices in Canada since 2007. Propeller Dance is committed to excellence — creating, teaching, performing, presenting integrated dance and more recently, inter-arts performance. At the core of our work is the belief that dance is for all people, and as wide a breadth of expression as possible is of value. We are recognized as a leader in Canada for our innovative, inclusive creations and teaching practices.