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The workshop taught by Ali Moto about inclusive choreography was eye opening.

I had never thought of such methods before.

I personally love how the limitations that were put upon us as a group increased our creativity.

Ali had us play with ideas using a wheelchair and a piece of material.

Her workshop was fun and intellectually enlarging.

Her workshop is what started my desire to make the dance community more inclusive.

I will be forever grateful for the experience and opportunity I had to learn about inclusive choreography from Ali Landers. 

Savanna Jarvis


Inclusive & Adaptive Dance CSI


Transitioning the Dance Community: Inclusivity, Accessible & Adaptive

Whether you are a dance instructor, drama teacher, physical education teacher, special education teacher, or a student studying from these fields, you will benefit from training that incorporates how to teach from an inclusive and adaptive perspective.

This in-depth training is hands-on and experiential. It includes a broad and specific, unique approach, that enables you, the student, to comprehend and embody a neutral mindset and style that will give you confidence as an inclusive/adaptive instructor, dancer, and choreographer.

Being a confident inclusive and adaptive instructor requires a change in perception. Your perspective, language, and actions must shift to a more inclusive way of thinking. This takes practice, reflection, and asking some at times difficult questions.

This training gives you space, practice, and nurturing to do all those things in a way that supports you on your journey.

We discuss hard topics, we ask questions the mainstream doesn't often think about, and we practice together in a supportive way that allows you to be vulnerable and gain confidence and compassion.

"Difference is a rich starting point for any creative initiative."  - Burridge Dance, Access & Inclusion

Inclusive Training includes all or some of these topics. Each training is specific to the group's needs and specifications.

  • What is Inclusion

  • The Benefits of Having an Inclusive Community

  • Neutral Language

  • Neutral Teaching style

  • Advocacy, Disability Rights

  • Being Prepared - Access

  • Wheelchairs

  • Experiential Hands-on Training

  • Building a Compassionate Classroom