Lights, camera and a whole lot of action

We are well on our way to creating something big!

Miranda Daisy, founder of Perform-Ability, has been on set in Sydney, filming something very exciting ... the beginnings of Perform-Ability’s Dance For Inclusion course, the first of its kind in Australia!

Miranda Daisy on set in Sydney

When the first teachers graduate, the Perform-Ability program will be available to people with disability and additional needs all around the country. 

The course will be finalised over the next 12 months and offered for the first time in early 2020. It will run for six to eight weeks, including both online and face-to-face training and covering all aspects of inclusive dance instruction. 

We are well on our way to creating something big!

“There are very few courses and workshops available for dance teachers to learn how to teach in an inclusive environment, most of which are one day workshops or short courses,” Miranda explains. “The Perform-Ability course will go much deeper.”

During the recent shoot day, videographer Karim Hayek from Karim Hayek Productions travelled to one of Perform-Ability’s Music & Movement programs, in Dulwich Hill, to film the instructors in action with a class of 25 participants, to be used as part of the online component of the course.

In the lead-up to the release of the Dance for Inclusion course, Miranda will be offering online mentoring for teachers wanting to upskill or learn more about working in an inclusive environment. 

This is an exciting time for Perform-Ability! 

Watch this space!