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Weʼre raising £1,000 to help fund dance classes for all abilities! Money raised will go towards venue hire, travel, and promotion, making sessions free/low cost.

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Thank You For Your Interest in Danzability!

Danzability is the initiative of carol (Kavina) Pound who has dyspraxia, a condition which among other things affects coordination and balance. She is trained in Inclusive Dance, Dance for older people and dance based personal development and runs a monthly Biodanza class in Greenwich, London.

At danzability, we believe that everybody, regardless of ability or disability, should have the opportunity to express themselves through dance. Able Danza, Inclusive Dance and dance based personal development classes are for children or adults with disabilities and their carers. Danzability offers classes, workshops, and training to individuals and groups as well as talks and presentations at events.

Money raised will go towards facilitating events so that Danzability can continue offering free/low cost sessions for people on low incomes. More specifically, funds will go towards travel outside London for teaching and promotion, venue hire, and marketing so that Danzability can reach more people.

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      Carol Pound

      Carol Pound

      London, UK

      As a child I wanted to dance but because I have Dyspraxia I struggled to access the dance classes that my peers attended and there were no inclusive dance classes in my area at that time.My passion for dance was finally ignited at the age of 40. Now, I dance with life.

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