Trailblazer!

Great article from Voyage magazine! http://voyagela.com/interview/meet-trailblazer-jennifer-jessum/?fbclid=IwAR1SmlqP7lhsS4CNiQq-DjifYuiYqWiIV9dh-wS3xuPV0M24U319kgPsRsU

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New Classes and Workshops in 2018!

Come dance with me! I am starting a new round of public dance classes and workshops in 2018. In our increasingly digital world we have fewer and fewer opportunities for authentic community experience. Dance is one of the last surviving art and exercise forms that really demands it. Email Dance@FlyingLimbs.com to get on the mailing…

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Dance is Number One for Slowing the Aging Process

Near Scientists are finally revealing what us dancers have known all along – that dance keeps you young: agile in body and mind! Read the latest findings here: https://curiousmindmagazine.com/neuroscientists-finally-revealed-number-one-exercise-slowing-aging-process/

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Turning Religion Inside Out

6 year promo we made for our friends at The Guibord Center who work to create understanding and respect between all religions. We produce and film numerous events for them every year.

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“WAKANYEJA” – New Music Video for Tee Iron Cloud

WAKANYEJA – A Prayer for the Children   Check out Tee Iron Cloud’s new music video for The Mitakuye Foundation! Wakanyeja is Lakota for “sacred seed.” This traditional prayer song honors the purity and sacredness of children. Read more about it here: http://mitakuyefoundation.com/wakanyeja-tee-iron-clouds-new-music-video/​

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Holy Man now available on iTunes!

Holy Man is now more relevant than ever! If you want to understand the history, politics, racism, and injustice of how the Lakota are treated in the United States – watch Holy Man: The USA vs Douglas White, narrated by Martin Sheen. Now on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/…/holy-man-usa-vs.-do…/id1182784130

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Prayer Run To Standing Rock!

Check out the inspirational young Sacred Hoop Runners as they run into the Oceti Sakowin Water Protectors Camp at Standing Rock! A film we created for The Mitakuye Foundation. Read all about the trip here: http://mitakuyefoundation.com/1531-2/

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