Cohort members Shira Charis, Rahletta Jackson, Shannon Young, and Mike Thurston were some of the many doing DYFIT in support of Heart of the Beast’s May Day Parade.
DYFIT was happy to support the May Day Labor and Immigrant’s Rights March and continue our exploration of street embodiment for justice movements. Photo by Steven Cohen.
This was our third year creating a Beyond Duality Healing Action at the annual Planned Parenthood protest and counter-protest. It was a transformative experience. Photos by Sarah White.
We love dancing at Plaza Centenario on Lake Street, a regular spot for our public practices.
Founding DYFIT practitioner, Aki Shibata, leads weekly practices at the Rondo Community Library as part of our St. Paul-based project, Commitments: Embodied Healing and Liberated Spaces.
Our Northern Spark project, What Will Do Dance For? (The Exuberant Activist Body)featured oversized MAGA-like hats designed by artist Masanari Kawahara. Photo by Jayme Halbritter.
“The DYFIT installation and movement was so beautifully integrated into the Commons. I think it was perfect,” said Sarah Peters, Co-Director of the Northern Spark Festival. Photo by Jayme Halbritter.
Participants join together at the end of our Beyond Duality Healing Action at Planned Parenthood. Photos by Sharolyn B. Hagen.
Twice a week everyone is invited to join us for public practices, held at locations throughout the Twin Cities.