Free Wheelchair Swing Partnering Workshop
with Infinite Flow Dance

Location: ATOMIC Ballroom
12:00 pm – 3:15 pm, Saturday, April 22nd, 2023

Learn from dancers of Infinite Flow, an award-winning professional dance company that employs disabled and nondisabled dancers with a mission to create a more inclusive world, one dance at a time. Check out our video sizzle reel below to see us in action!

In this workshop, we will pair standing dancers with wheelchair and powerchair dancers, exploring the craft of wheelchair swing dancing. Whether you are standing or seated, all levels are welcome. No partner needed to attend. Pre-register now by using the link below or register on the day of the workshop.

Wheelchair and Powerchair Users:  Come experience the magic of partner dancing.
Int/Adv/Pro Dancers: Come out and learn to partner with dancers who use wheelchairs and powerchairs.

Class Schedule

  • 12:00 pm  Registration / Check-in
  • 12:15-2:00 pm • Dance Workshop
  • 2:00-3:15 pm • Social Dancing & Performance by Infinite Flow Dancers

Pre-register now by using the link below or register on the day of the workshop.

Learn more about Infinite Flow at their website:
** Infinite Flow is a nonprofit partner of Atomic Ballroom.

Workshop Lead: Marisa Hamamoto – Founder, Infinite Flow Dance
Workshop Instructors: MIa Schaikewitz, Adelfo Cerame Jr., Tony Nunez – Company Dancers, Infinite Flow Dance

About Infinite Flow Dance:
Established in 2015, Infinite Flow is an award-winning Los Angeles-based nonprofit and professional dance company that employs dancers with and without disabilities with a mission to use dance as a catalyst to dismantle biases and foster inclusion.  Since 2015, Infinite Flow has performed at over 180 events, from school assemblies to corporate events at Apple, Facebook, Red Bull, Porsche Kaiser Permanente, and Farmers Insurance, among others. Our dance videos have been viewed by over 100 Million people across social media, and they have been featured on NBC Today, ABC Good Morning America, among other national and international media outlets.  Infinite Flow was founded by Marisa Hamamoto, a professional dancer and stroke survivor.  Marisa was recently named People Magazine’s “Women Changing the World”.  During the pandemic, Infinite Flow launched Scoops of Inclusion, a short film, and online learning platform empowering kids to celebrate diversity and take part in creating an inclusive world. Infinite Flow is available for performances, keynotes, panels, and accessibility & inclusion workshops, both virtually and in person.