KinEDics functions on the premise that the human body is an instrument of expression regardless of its ability or inability to move…there is much that the body can say through stillness.

This site is a resource for educators, movers, and non-movers alike, to explore the possibilities and challenge assumptions of what inclusion can really look like and how we can work together to change the focus from a teacher-led approach to one that is student-led

We are not empty vessels and all go through life with our own experiences, and it is these experiences that the movement teacher/facilitator can learn to embrace and help their students to shape a person’s prior knowledge into artistic expression.

Furthermore, how can we transform dance at the elementary school level, from an extra-curricular activity to an instrument that a person brings with them throughout life so that dance doesn’t die at the threshold of adolescence but continues into adulthood and beyond.