NBS Sharing Dance Day

NBS Sharing Dance Day is a fun, physical and artistic way to learn about dance, and an opportunity to foster new relationships in your classroom and your community. The downloadable resources are totally free and will support you in learning the choreography or starting your own NBS Sharing Dance Day in your community.

You can learn the choreography at home, in your classroom or community centre by registering for REACH, NBS’ online learning platform. Once registered, you can will have access to the following:
  • NBS Sharing Dance Day 2019 choreography videos
  • Warm up videos
  • Teacher lesson plans and resources
  • Activity plans for community groupsNBS Sharing Dance Day
  • Information on how to host your own NBS Sharing Dance Day event
  • And MORE!
DID YOU KNOW that NBS Sharing Dance videos are a great resource to use in your classroom?

Click below to start dancing!
REACH is your one stop for all NBS Sharing Dance online resources.
Click to register or login and start sharing the joy of dance today!
Sharing Dance REACH


Meet the Artists

Philippe-Alexandre Jacques is a graduate of the Royal Winnipeg Ballet School’s Aspirant Program as well as a past participant of international programs such as Springboard Danse Montréal and the Netherlands Dance Theatre Summer.

Phillipe-Alexandre Jacques

Esie Mensah, choreographer/ dancer/teacher/model is the 2017 100 Black Women to watch
in Canada, 2015 recipient of the Cultural Promotion award from the Ghanaian-Canadian Association and the 2014 Black Canadian Award Winner for Best Contemporary Dancer.

Esie Mensah

Kaytranada is a Haitian-Canadian DJ and record producer. Kaytranada has released a total of thirteen projects and forty-one remixes. Kaytranada has toured more than 50 Canadian, American, European and Australian cities.

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Thank you to our generous partners for making
NBS Sharing Dance Day 2019 possible!