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Dance like a dandelion for social justice

Dandelion Dance turns the notion of a dance studio on its head according to Shauna McGinn in this article from The Low Down online magazine.

Dandelion Dance Returns to Westboro

The Kitchissippi Times Article on page 13 announces Dandelion Dance school’s return to Westboro. Sarah Posthuna, Head of Children’s Program, welcomes girls 6-11 years old to this unique dance school and space for meaningful creativity by the girls themselves. They learn and experience the Dandelion Method of self-discovery, creativity and share their own works.

Celebrating Canada through Diversity and Dance

“Kelsey Walsh, Dandelion’s Performance Company Director and Head of Youth Programs, had the idea to build on the dance company’s strong focus on community outreach by applying to be part of Neighbourhood Arts 150. In her role as Performance Company Director, Walsh works with girls from very diverse backgrounds, supporting them to use their unique […]


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – DANDELION DANCE IS TAKING OVER BAYSHORE! (Ottawa – May 6, 2017) – On May 13, teenage girls with ties to countries around the world – from Afghanistan, Bosnia, China, Costa Rica, Denmark and Germany, to Iraq, India, Ireland, Liberia, Pakistan, North and South Sudan, Liberia, Somalia and Yemen – are taking […]

Seeds of Change – Emily’s View

Emily Rowe talks about how Dandelion has changed her life in a positive and powerful way. In her interview with Catherine Clark of Ottawa At Home Magazine, Emily describes the powerful lessons she has learned and the confidence she brings forward into her expanding life.