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Dance & Movement Workshops

Discover the Freedom in Movement

The Valley Women’s Club Women’s Solutions Committee has presented annual Dance Workshops since 2014. Connie DeNault, a dance historian, teacher, choreographer, and VWC Emeritus, brings her passion for dance and history to the community—and everyone has fun!

Experience a journey of artistic awareness and transformation where your body explores painterly strokes of creativity while defining and uncovering your personal movement style.

All ages! No dance experience is necessary!

Unearth forgotten movements from within, breathing new life into them as they traverse the realms of space and range. Dive into dynamic locomotor movements, explore different focus states, and immerse yourself in the language of gestures, enriching your movement repertoire. Safety in movement is encouraged throughout.

By the end of this workshop, you’ll leave with a heightened awareness of your artistic style, ready to infuse it into your daily movements. You’ll also gain a deeper understanding of movement styles in the world around you, from nature's grace to the power of sports and the allure of the performing arts.

Join us on this captivating journey into the heart of movement. Uncover your unique dance identity and explore the secrets of the diverse movement tapestry that surrounds us. Your path to self-expression and artistic discovery begins here.

Isadora Duncan Dance Workshop 2022

August 21, 2022 • Highlands Park Senior Center

Class of Fall 2018
Isadora Duncan Dance Workshop 2017
Class of 2017

The Tribe of Duncan Gathers Again at Park Hall

November 18, 2021
Isadora Duncan Dance Workshop 2021

On October 17, 2021, master teacher Lois Flood and Connie DeNault received eight courageous participants to partake in another Isadora Duncan Workshop. Each dancer picked out

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Isadora Duncan Workshop w/ Lois Ann Flood • Aug 12, 2018

April 20, 2018

When does the reconstruction of a piece of choreography become a production in the present? Come find out when master Isadora Duncan historic movement teacher and performer Lois Flood returns to Park Hall in downtown Ben Lomond.