#COVID19 update

March 19, 2020

Dear Friends,

On March 17, the provincial government announced a state of emergency and it is legislated that all public gathering spaces must close to flatten the curve of the spread of this virus. Dovercourt House management also made the decision to close the building.

The Move, as a public, in-person event, remains closed.

We are moving our events, as much as possible, online, starting with this Friday, March 20. See our Events page or our Facebook page for more information!

These are unprecedented times, friends. Find ways to connect with and care for one another on the phone and online through this period of social distancing. Stay tuned for Friday night check-ins and posted playlists from our DJs. ❤️ We are still here for you. Our dance practices are needed more now than ever.

We will still be accessible via email and on Facebook. Feel free to reach out to us via email or Facebook Messenger, and stay informed via Facebook and our website.

For further information and official public health updates, please see:
https://www.toronto.ca/home/covid-19/

For psychosocial support ideas,
https://www.who.int/docs/default-source/coronaviruse/mental-health-considerations.pdf

ONLINE EVENT – CLICK FOR MORE INFO:

There are no upcoming events at this time.

 

No experience necessary, only the willingness to dance free-style and listen to the teachings of your own body, heart, and soul through movement.

Every Friday, 7:20pm‑9:20pm, at Dovercourt House
805 Dovercourt Road, 2nd floor
Toronto, Ontario

$12-$15 sliding scale

*** PLEASE NOTE! ***
As you may know, The Move is shifting to an earlier start time.

Opening Circle will now be around 7:50pm.
If you are running late, you are still welcome to join us after that time! The door will be closed during Opening Circle, and re‑opened around 8:00pm to let you in.

 
 

We have been reaching capacity by 7:20pm.
We would love to have you on the dancefloor with us, so please arrive before then to ensure your spot. You need to be present to hold your own spot in the line.

(Please note: Dovercourt House is NOT a barrier-free space.)

 
“The Move is one of the highlights of my week. There I experience a freedom to express what’s inside, to play, to experiment, to create, to listen to life. I find it refreshing and grounding to just be me with a diverse group of people who are moving and interacting with acceptance and vitality. I encourage you to check it out.” Henry Wai, Trainer & Coach
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