Catch James featured in a new short film by Serene Khaalid of Legacy Service, a content creation and film production company based in Washington, DC. The Secret of Movement: The Capoeira Strorytells the history of capoeira and connects its powerful roots to its current applications in today’s world.
Calling all mothers, artists, and creative folks! We’re preparing for something special for you, an awesome ONLINE event that’s coming up in a few weeks: Mother, We’ve Got Time: Reimagining Our Relationship to Time as Mothers and Artists.
Guess who stars in this episode of Akilah Richard’s Fare of the Free Child podcast! Our very own Mother of the House, Binahkaye Joy is featured in the Pleasure Series, drawing critical connections between dance and its vital role in accessing pleasure as parents raising brilliant, magical, and free people.
We are experiencing some wonderful growth and new momentum at TheFamily Dances! To celebrate we want to share more magic and loveliness with all our folks, so we’re offering some of our biggest packages at an amazing discount, but only for this weekend!
We now offer comprehensive, virtual breastfeeding support services for our global family! From prenatal preparations to postpartum discoveries to tandem nursing wonders and beyond, our services help your family grow and sustain a beautiful breastfeeding practice.
We’re so pumped to announce our new personal training programs going on at TheFamily Dances! James’ innovative approach as a personal trainer is all about expanding your practical knowledge of exercises, stretches, and sequences that you can do anytime, anywhere.
Ever since moving into our home studio, we’ve been experimenting with ways to create meaningful community with the families and folks who really support and celebrate our work. We see our space as an intentionally designed, family-accessible site for creative engagement.
Exploring dance as a medium to unravel and discover the intricacies of relationships between mothers and daughters has been a central part of my dance process for more than twelve years now. As I evolve through convergent and divergent stages of life, as woman, as artist, as mother, so too do the inquiries into these intimate family dynamics continue to morph and grow.