If You've Ever Wondered What We're Here For... We Came to Dance!

We began with rhythm. From the beating of our mother’s heart to the first kick in our mother’s womb.  We were born to move.  ‘We Came To Dance’ combines this rhythm that we all share, with the rhythm of music, dance and an epic piece of spoken word that unravels over the course of two and a half minutes.

Prepare to be pulled in and carried along on a journey of expression that has left us nodding, smiling and inspired to move.  Beware: you may feel compelled to get your groove on after watching this video.

This video is produced by the amazing New York based Tasha Blank. Thanks to Uplift Connect for the writeup. 

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