We are happy to announce the return of morning mindfulness sessions!
SteLi Dance has been offering MORNING and EVENING Mindfulness Sessions on Instagram LIVE since November in 2020!
The sessions focus on stretching the body and relaxing the mind, while bringing our awareness and focus onto our breath.
The morning sessions are meant as a way to help start the day right, grounding you in your body to be fully present in the current moment.
The evening sessions are used to prepare the mind and body for sleep, and release the stresses of the day.
All sessions are saved on our IGTV for 24 hours.
Every Week in May
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday
@ 8am EST
Zoom Dance Classes
Anti-Racism Book Club
The year 2020 brought out a huge shift in the world. Injustices once kept from the light rose to the surface; things once overlooked in our personal lives, as well, have entered the forefront of our consciousness. We as a community felt an urgent pull to address and educate ourselves on the role systemic racism has played in world history and in particular the effect it has had on the lives of Black and Indigenous People of Color (BIPOC). Our intention was to hold ourselves accountable and encourage and inspire others to continue or take on learning from, discussing and sharing these stories and experiences.
Since June 2020, we have held weekly SteLi Book Club meetings, engaging in works with an anti-racism lens which facilitates critical thinking for other areas of life.
Session 1: "The New Jim Crow" by Michelle Alexander
Session 2: "Ten Arguments for Deleting your Social Media Accounts Right Now" by Jaron Lanier
Session 3: "Funeral Diva" by Pamela Sneed
SteLi Dance Company presents the Dancer Talk series, where we get to know our dancers on the topic of food or a location.
In these videos, we got to know four of our dancers,
Asim Logan, Loreal Quiroz, Kara Hauenstein, and Destiny Pino
on a personal topic of either food or a specific location in NYC - both of which have meaning to them. We hope you enjoy watching these just as much as we did making them, learning about our dancers as human beings.