Safe in Dance International & IADMS Live Panel Discussion

Safe in Dance International and International Association for Dance Medicine & Science present

Safe Dance Practice in Quarantine:
A live panel conversation for educators, with IADMS and SiDI leaders

on Saturday, April 25th from
17:00-18:30 British Summer Time (BST)

12:00-13:30pm Eastern Standard Time (EST).

Join us on Facebook LIVE via the Science for Dance Educators page.

Panellists:
Sonia Rafferty, Jen Deckert,
Ellie Kusner and Sutton Anker

If you are a Dance educator of any level or a dancer (student, pre-professional, or professional), you are invited to join, ask questions and listen to the conversation with the international panel.

This discussion is an international collaboration between IADMS and Safe in Dance International leaders on how to dance safely while at home during quarantine.

The Coronavirus epidemic has hit our live dance activities hard, but we have already seen many of you giving up your time to provide online classes to help us maintain our physical and mental health. We recently shared some guidance and key points to bear in mind when teaching online, so that we can all enjoy these activities as safely and productively as possible. We are now inviting you to join a live panel conversation that will be live streamed via the Science for Dance Educators Facebook page.

If you are a dance educator and not a member of this group yet, please request membership before Saturday.

The panel will be made up of IADMS and SiDI representatives:

Ellie Kusner, MSc, IADMS Dance Educators Committee Chair, Pilates and dance instructor, co-host DanceWell Podcast

Jennifer Deckert, MFA, IADMS Board of Directors, Associate Professor of Dance at University South Carolina

Sonia Rafferty, MSc, Safe in Dance International co-founder, Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance Senior Lecturer

Maggie Morris, MA, Safe in Dance International co-founder, Dance Educator

Sutton Anker, MSc, IADMS Staff, Pilates and dance instructor, SiDI Registered Provider

We really look forward to you all joining us for this live session and can’t wait to answer any questions you may have.

Take care everyone.

The SiDI Team

 

 

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