Are you interested in the Dance For All People, or a first-time dancer wanting to know more?
About Dance For All People
The Dance For All People comes from a tradition of the Great Basin/Plateau peoples that has been revitalized by Native people to perpetuate the healing and renewal of Mother Earth and all her beings. The Dance (led by Clyde M. Hall, Shoshone/Metis) is a sacred and powerful ceremony to be approached with respect and humility. The Dance is not a workshop, not a powwow, not a relic of the past, and not a reenactment— it is a living tradition to help the people. The purpose of the present-day Dance is, as it has always been, about healing and renewal: for ourselves, our families, and Mother Earth.