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Dancers Fighting Cancer ~ Outreach Movement Classes™
Please note: This class is currently on hiatus. It was formerly taught at Evolution Studios in North Hollywood. We are re-starting classes again soon

As part of the Dancers Fighting Cancer™ Outreach Program, we offer inspirational and wellness movement classes that help enrich, heal, and restore all that cancer tends to take away from a soul. Ourfree community classes, are on Fridays from 11am-11:50am formerly taught at Evolution Studios in North Hollywood. Please inquire within for our newest locations and schedules.

These classes have successfully helped those touched by cancer regain their confidence and inner beauty through expressive movement. Learn to rebuild what cancer took away by someone who's been there and feels your struggle and desire to overcome. This structured, Copyright Curriculum & Program was designed by our Artistic Director, Noelle Rose Andressen who is a breast cancer survivor-THRIVER! and, K. Kale, J. Kenneth with input from various specialists.

While geared towards the individual cancer patient (at any stage of treatment or recovery), it is strongly encouraged that you bring a friend or caregiver with you. There are some partnering exercises that can help move through and ease nausea, soothing resting positions, and other helpful paired movements. You do not have to be a dancer to take these classes. This class is for anyone that chooses to use movement to help them through their cancer journey.

For more information please call our coordinator 818-388-4256 or our office 310-890-8285. Please check with your medical doctor to make sure you can attend our movement class.

What to Bring:

  • Highly encouraged to bring a friend or care-giver, especially if you're in the middle of your treatment.
  • A yoga mat
  • Bottled water
  • A towel
  • Warm socks, a scarf, or anything that you can layer to keep you warm when needed.