everyBODY dance aims to inspire create and explore great dance experiences for disabled and non-disabled people of all ages in unexpected spaces.
The Kingfisher and the Damselfly is an interactive, participatory programme of aerial dance for all ages and abilities, led by a team of disabled and non-disabled dancers with
‘Have a go’ sessions that are ten minutes long and give you a taste of the aerial work. Try out your skills on the ropes wearing one of our many climbing harnesses or using a cocoon.
Sign up for a longer training workshops leading to performance, learn and improve your skills with other people and make a show in two hours!
Relax in our hammocks and cocoons during the restorative chill-out sessions
It’s a lot more than circus and much more than dance and offers the chance to get off the ground and explore gravity in a completely new, safe and fun way.
“Fabulous! How great for our young people and carers. You captured their hearts and ours. Thank you!”
Rachel Freeman is an independent dance artist based in Herefordshire with 30 years’ experience of producing and managing dance projects with people with and without physical or learning disabilities and sensory impairment, including local and international touring and teaching, creating large-scale community work, site specific and aerial dance. Rachel has been working as lead artist with everyBODY dance since its inception in 2011.