- WHO: Spoke the Hub Dancing
- WHAT: Dance, yoga, classes, camps, birthday party rentals, scholarships, volunteer opportunities
- WHEN: All ages
- WHERE: Park Slope
- WHY: Performance and creativity build physical fitness and confidence
Spoke the Hub offers Based in Brooklyn since 1979, Elise Long and Spoke the Hub Dancing created the Living Room Performance Space on 9th Street (1980 – 84); the Gowanus Arts Exchange on Douglass Street (founded in 1985, relocated and renamed the Brooklyn Arts Exchange/BAX, now active as a separate organization); and the Spoke the Hub Re:Creation Center on Union Street (1995- present).
In addition to spawning Park Slope’s most vibrant community art centers, Spoke the Hub has also presented over 100 of Long’s original small, medium and extra-large dance/theater works. These “folk dances” have appeared in wildly diverse settings including the Brooklyn Academy of Music and Lincoln Center.
DANCING & YOGA BUILD STAMINA: Spoke the Hub Dancing offers dancing and yoga classes for students of all ages and skill levels. Movement and expression can help kids reduce stress and improve fitness including balance and flexibility. Joining a class and participating in performances foster teamwork and commitment. It’s widely recognized that dancing and other performing arts help students build better study habits and boost confidence.
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