We have developed a new Community Training & Performance Program (CTPP) sub program, called Active Inclusion Program. AIP residencies use contemporary dance to encourage a healthy conversation about discrimination, intolerance, hate, & racism as a method for increasing attachment to Canada in youth-at-risk.Learn MoreRegister
All performances and interactive programs are designed to promote friendship, understanding, and compassion.
We go ``out and beyond the call of duty`` to build and establish new partnerships with communities and like-minded organizations.
Working together is integral to our methodologies, and practicing what we preach has been the foundation of our success.
We have an athletic physical practice with imagination it its heart.
Our craft requires an elite level of physical fitness. As such, our dancers are inspiring creative athletes and role models.
All of our programming is interactive. In practice this means that performances are always balanced with outreaching programming, and workshops are similarly balanced with performances.
The Interactive Dance Awareness Program truly is an asset in educating our students.
As a result of SQx, our students have created two dance groups at our school. They continue to perform during assemblies and community events.
Their positive attitude and influence on our students has been immeasurable, benefiting our students inside and outside the classroom.
I would love for my son and many others to experience the SQx Dance workshops in our city. The high level of professionalism and leadership of the group was readily apparent and appreciated by all.
Teamwork is important because we need to help each other complete some stuff. Anyway the dance was . . . amazing!!
The program was fantastic and I'm very happy to have participated in the great team building activities with my class.
The program was physically challenging yet fun for the kids. I loved the way it all came together for the final performance in the end!
I recommend for them to continue with their dance program, as I feel it is highly valuable for the students to participate in.
What I liked best about the program was how the dancers used mathematical and scientific language to describe movement.
I loved watching how engaged my students were in the activity. They seemed to let go of all preconceived notions and simply enjoyed learning the choreography.