Love Sessions are weekly engagements with local movement facilitators. These guided sessions are being offered to help folks get back into their moving bodies, with ease and love. Every Thursday of November, join us as we find ways to move with each other in this virtual + in studio hybrid program. Let us gather without the pressure to feel ready. Let us hold each other in curiosity, uncertainty, and in the pleasure of togetherness.

 

Irma Villafuerte

 

Times & Dates:

Thursday November 4, 2021 1 - 2:30pm EST | Irma Villafuerte (online + IRL)
Thursday November 11, 2021 1 - 4pm EST | Fly Lady Di (online only)

Thursday November 18, 2021 1 - 2:30pm EST | Irma Villafuerte (online + IRL)

Thursday November 25, 2021 1 - 2:30pm EST | Irma Villafuerte (online + IRL)


Pricing: Pay-What-You-Can Sliding Scale

No one will be turned away for a lack of funds. 

 

Location: The Rail Path Arts Centre + On Zoom

This ticket is specifically for joining us virtually. With registration you will receive a Zoom link and details about the session. If you have any questions or difficulties registering, please reach us at info@tolovein.com!

 

Accessibility: Live Transcription by Zoom

Our Community Access Program (CAP) invites participants to access our programs with any support they need. We are committed to making events and workshops available to everyone. If you experience barriers to accessing any of our events, please contact us as soon as possible by sending an email to: info@tolovein.com. Please note that any arrangements are subject to availability.

 

Additional Support: "Pay It Forward"

Supporters can "Pay It Forward" to subsidize our Community Access Program by adding to their own fee through Simplyk's donation feature. Thank you! We are a registered non-profit organization and we are grateful for your support. (We are not a registered charity and cannot issue official tax receipts, but we do work with our supporters to show our gratitude!)

 

ABOUT THE ARTIST

Irma Villafuerte  (she/her/ella) is a dance artist and educator based in Tkaronto from Nahuat Territory Kuskatan, post-colonial El Salvador. She serves as an movement, voice and text educator at Randolph College for the Performing Arts, Toronto Film School, Casa Maiz’ Semillas Latinas and Prologue for the performing arts. She’s been part of festivals across the Americas and is currently a residency artist at Aluna Theatre incubating her choreographic development. She’s choreographed for Trey Anthony’s How Black Mothers Say I love You and recently is developing her solo “nudoDESnudo”. Her passion for social justice and historic memory is the driving force for creation in Irma’s choreographic and performance work. www.irmavillafuerte.com @southofyourfeet