Welcome to

Alice Heller Dance

 
 
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African Dance

Classes include body isolations, dance steps, choreography, ending with a traditional community dance circle - all in a spirited and supportive environment

 
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Nia

A somatic fitness practice
set to soul stirring music. Classes incorporate 9 NIA forms – 3 from dance, 3 from the martial arts and 3 from the healing arts including yoga

 
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Children

Early movement starts with fun sing alongs, fingerplays, loco-motors and much more. Geared towards creating safety in community between children and caregivers/parents

 
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Private Sessions

Have you always wanted to sharpen your skills and get a fresh creative look at movement fitness and choreography? Each session is customized to fulfill your dream of being the dancer you want to be

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QUICK LOOK AT CURRENT PUBLIC CLASSES

SEE EVENTS PAGE FOR MORE INFO

 

POP UP CLASSES

Outdoor African Dance classes with live drumming by Moussa Traore
starting on Wednesday, June 2, 2021- August 2021
contact Alice@alicehellerdance.com for all the details.

 

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

2021: Classes are now on line due to COVID-19. (Soon new studio in W. MA)
Get on the email list for pop-up classes

Mondays 7pm — 8pm - Nia/ Qi gong - starting again in Sept.
contact Alice@alicehellerdance.com for link

Wednesday 8am — 9am. Qi Gong/ Nia.
contact Alice@alicehellerdance.com for link

Thursday African/ stretch, 6:15pm — 7:15pm via zoom.
contact Alice@alicehellerdance.com for zoom link.

 

Classes are on a donation basis

Venmo: alice-heller-1, Paypal (link below)
or arrange directly with Alice.

Thank you for joining us!!


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Alice attending Camp Fareta
August 12 – 21, 2016, Dunlap, CA

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Camp Fareta is a residential workshop hosted by Youssouf Koumbassa, a master dancer, choreographer, and teacher from Guinea, West Africa, and featuring many other master dancers and drummers from Guinea, Mali, Senegal, the Congo, and other countries. It is a total immersion in West African drum and dance that started back in 2006 and is held annually at a beautiful setting in the southern Sierras of California each summer.

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ABOUT

Teacher of African dance, Nia and Children's classes in the Boston Metro area for over 25 years.

Classes include body isolations, dance steps, choreography and songs. Experience a great workout in a spirited and supportive environment.

CONTACT

Alice Heller Dance
617.620.7654
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FEATURED ARTICLES

Lincoln Wicked Local – Lincoln's Parks and Recreation Department sponsors an African dance program

BostonVoyager / Local Stories – Meet Alice Heller of Alicehellerdance in Cambridge

 

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