FREE. Anyone can participate. All levels of movement and dance welcome.
We will meet at Mill Ruins Park (behind Mill City Museum) near the Stone Arch Bridge. There is a small paid parking lot on West River Parkway. There are bike racks in Mill Ruins Park.
"It’s about reconnecting our sense of self and soul with our waterways and oceans."
- Celine Cousteau, granddaughter of Jacques Cousteau
National Water Dance is an artist-driven collective of dancers and educators confronting critical water issues facing the United States. Stretching from New York to Hawaii and from Alaska to Puerto Rico, created and directed by Dale Andree, National Water Dance believes that our environment is the most pressing issue of this generation and as dancers we are using our bodies to create a community that reaches out for action. Across the country, our communities are facing a multitude of critical water issues ranging from water quality and contamination, water scarcity, and global climate change.
REMEMBER: Bring your favorite pocket music and a pair of earbuds. (We'll have extra earbuds if you forget yours). If you’ve never done DYFIT before, check out the instructions HERE.
Don't You Feel It Too? is the simple and beautiful act of dancing your inner nature in public places. It's a mind-body practice and behavioral art form for social healing and personal liberation. It has evolved and expanded to embrace parallel goals of healing and activism, with a foundation of personal expression.
More about National Water Dance can be found here.