Motion Pacific is a 501(c)3 charitable arts organization dedicated to dance as art, cultivating imagination, community engagement and discipline through accessible dance education and presentation.
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THIS STUDIO IS THE BEST. I take modern, jazz, dance party workout, burlesque, and tons of other classes here. This studio has been a second home to me, especially during covid. Dancing here around these wonderful people with these wonderful teachers has basically saved my life during this time of turmoil. Special shout-out to Collette and Meredith for being both wonderful teachers and for keeping this place running!!- Kelsey K (MP Student, Community Member)
I’ve danced at Motion Pacific off and on since I was a little girl. I’ve always had wonderful experiences with motion. The studio environment is incredibly supportive; both the staff and the dancers are very welcoming. The events are super fun as well and definitely my favorite way to spend a Saturday.- Jennifer M (MP Student, Community Member)
It's incredibly difficult to find a studio that is welcoming to adult beginners, so finding Motion Pacific was wonderful. Every class I have been to has been amazing and accepting of anyone who wants to try out dance. I know their children's classes are marvelous, but I highly recommend them for any adult who wants to start dancing as well. It's never too late!- Aquila S (MP Student, Community Member)
Motion Pacific is my home away from home!! They have the best variety of adult classes with amazing instructors. The studio is a highly inclusive space which strives to reach all corners of our community to offer dance to all. Motion Pacific has created a beautiful dance community for all ages. Come find your rhythm at Motion. You will not be disappointed.- Johanna S (MP Student, Performer, Community Member)
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