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tiger princess dance projects se concentrent sur la danse et les arts au sein de la communauté en reliant les artistes à différents niveaux, expériences et âges. Nous dialoguons avec des seniors, des jeunes et des artistes professionnels à travers différents parcours de danse. Développés et dispensés par des professionnels des arts depuis 2007, nos programmes éducatifs nourrissent le processus créatif en découvrant la danse dans une perspective non professionnelle.

Apprenez-en plus sur nos programmes et sur la manière dont vous pouvez vous impliquer dans nos programmes éducatifs ci-dessous.

COVID-19 Response: due to the ongoing global pandemic, tiger princess dance projects has cancelled all in-person programming for the health and safety of our participants and staff until further notice.

Check out our at-home Swallowing Cloud Spring Awakening activities.

Yvonne Ng’s Connection to Education:

In addition to her twenty plus years creating and performing across Canada and internationally, Artistic Director Yvonne Ng’s graduate research in England and at York University, focused on developing arts based Intergenerational practice programming for older adults and youth. Yvonne is a certified Open Source Forms©, Dance for Dementia (Baycrest NBS Sharing Dance Seniors) and Ashtanga Yoga teacher, with training in Partners for Youth Empowerment Creative Facilitator (Level 1& 2), C-I Training™, Senior Fitness (CCAA), Dance for PD™ (Parkinson’s), and functional anatomy with Irene Dowd. Her practice also includes Vipassana Meditation.

Dance connects me to my body (which of course includes my mind) and is the language that I use to convey my experience and vision to the world. Dance is my first language.

– Yvonne Ng

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We work to keep our education programming barrier free to our participants. Consider making a donation to support our work and help continue to make these programmes accessible. 

photo credits: (L to R) unknown, Irvin Chow, Jeff Low, unknown
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