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Syzygy Dance Project is a progressive organization dedicated to the embodiment of spirit through dance, and using the power of dance to transform and heal one's life. Syzygy Dance Project was organized to generate, implement, and maintain programs th... Read more
Syzygy Dance Project is a progressive organization dedicated to the embodiment of spirit through dance, and using the power of dance to transform and heal one's life.
Syzygy Dance Project was organized to generate, implement, and maintain programs that employ dance, music, and sound as tools to connect mind, body, and spirit to one another. Syzygy Dance Project's focus is to bring dance to all people, particularly those in the most constraining of life's circumstances, including but not limited to prisons, hospitals, and rehabilitation centers, in order to positively impact the lives of those who are most in need.
No one is turned away from any of the classes or workshops due to lack of funding.
Our program guides individuals on a journey through music that facilitates organic physical movement, empties the mind, and connects people to their spirit; bringing awareness and aliveness to their being. We believe that the body not only holds stories and old wounds, but the medicine and the antidote to heal itself. Through movement the body releases its stories, allowing our internal medicine to flow and healing to naturally transpire. At this time, we are offering 5Rhythms dance classes in the San francisco jail and at the Institute for health and healing. We are working on bringing classes to the Veterans in Menlo Park and a homeless shelter in Oakland.