The sources of inspiration for Dance on Land 2014 in Northern California and Vermont, include Aikido, kinesthetic response, Qi Gong, mindfulness practice, improvisational dance, physical theater and perhaps most importantly of all, the earthly environments in which we work. Together through the physical disciplines mentioned above, along with exercises to expand our sensorial receptivity, we develop a multi-faceted practice of Connection.

We aim to leave you with more questions than you came with.

SEE the photo gallery of the 2014 Northern California workshop.

Shannon’s DANCE on LAND Testimonial

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“I had a very warming, grounding, and rare experience at Dance on Land, dancing where the river and ocean met and throwing the wind, in the fields, while a herd…

Robyn’s DANCE on LAND Testimonial

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“What can I say about Dance on Land? Well firstly I can say that it is just that, dance on land. I did not necessarily know what to expect before…

Reflections on ODD by Alice Sheppard


The performances are over, but somehow the collaboration between AXIS, inkBoat, Joan and Dohee has not left my life.¬† I still have an acute muscle memory for some of the…

Students in the Public Marketplace


Last Tuesday (1/23/01), students of Shinichi Iova-Koga infiltrated the Emeryville Public Marketplace (a sort of indoor culinary mecca) and performed an ensemble dance amid the diners. They wore drab-colored street…


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  • Shinichi says:

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