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So it’s the end of our dance class with 15 4th, 5th, and 6th graders (plus a few energetic volunteers) at Casa Chirilagua and they still have energy. What do to? Our resourceful dance teacher Tina, set up a dance obstacle course, of course, and challenged them to be as creative as they could while hopping over three short barriers. Anyone out there want to give this a try?
Dance like no one is watching, even if it’s virtually! Here we are, dancing with families of Casa Chirilagua, a local nonprofit, during the pandemic.
Our Dance clients have the opportunity to express themselves through dance. These posts share images and video of the clients practicing what they’ve learned. We think no one has ever liked break-dancing as much as the men at the Arlington County Detention Facility!