ATTN: Regular movement arts classes with Tine are still in hiatus for 2021. Please check back again in the fall. However, in-person group/semi-private/private lessons will be available to schedule outdoors in Golden Gate Park or in the Fillmore district starting August 2021. Please contact Tine, directly: tine[@]eomvmnt.org or text 415.608.2512
2020 CLASS INFO
Rhythm & MVMNT (1st-2nd grade) focuses on creative movement using rhythmic exploration, multicultural storytelling and gymnastics. Open to new and returning students (Class size: Min 4, Max 14)
- Tuesdays, Jan 13, 2020 – May 22, 2020
- 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM // Auditorium (Multipurpose Room)
- Registration Fee: $252/session, 14 classes
- No Enrichment on 1/21, 1/28, 2/4, 3/10 (Parent-Teach Conference) and 3/31 (Spring Break)
AcroDance (3rd-5th grades) is a multi-cultural beginning acrobatics and dance class inspired by folkloric dances of Haiti, Brazil, Philippines and more. The class also incorporates rhythmic exploration, live drumming and self-expression through students own choreography. Open to new and returning students only (Class size: min 4, max 16)
- Fridays, Jan 13th, 2020 - May 22, 2020
- 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM // Multipurpose Room Near Cafeteria
- Registration Fee: $270/session, 15 Classes
- No Enrichment on 1/20 (Lunar New Year), 1/24, 1/31, 3/13 (Parent-Teach Conference) and 4/03 (Spring Break)
AcroMVMNT (Ages 5 to 8 years old or K - 3rd grade) focuses on beginning floor tumbling, strength and conditioning and but also incorporates dance and cultural rhythmic exploration. This is an intro class, inspired by movement meant to prepare students for capoeira and serves as a prerequisite for capoeira classes with Jarrel Phillips. For more information please visit, avesidea.org. (Class size: Min. 4, Max 12)
• Wednesdays, February 5 - May 20, 2020 : 15 Classes
• 4:00 PM – 4:55 PM
• Registration Fee: $300.00
*Please note: If your child is younger than 5 year of age, please check in with me to see if the class can work for them, especially if your child is a returning student. And, if you'd like a sibling or bring-a-friend discount, please contact me directly!
No class during SFUSD Spring Break - April 1, 2020
WINTER/SPRING 2020 REGISTRATION
All classes @ 856 Cabrillo
What You Should Know
- Enrollment after the start of the session will be prorated for the number of remaining weeks.
- Space is limited. All classes open until filled.
- Students enroll for a full class session
- Drop-ins $22/class
- Also remember, parents/guardians are not required to stay with your child during class. In fact, we ask that you please drop your child/children off and and come back during the last 10 minutes of class to pick up your kids. The time alone is easier for the coach and other instructors (children behave differently away from their parent/guardian) to create the space necessary for them to function independently, build and bond with their coach, and not have to deal with more than one authority figure in the environment. Thank you for understanding. However, if we feel that your child needs you, we will ask you to stay. There is also a waiting room downstairs.
- You can bring your payment on the first day you attend the session if paying by Cash or Check. Or, send your registration fees via PAYPAL Friends and Family to: PAYPAL.ME/tinejoy, VENMO tinejoy13, or CASHAPP $tinejoy
- If you are interested in private, semi-private or group classes please contact Tine directly.
Capoeira is an Afro-Brazilian martial-art form that combines self-defense, dance and acrobatics. Developed by African slaves who needed to disguise their martial arts from slave masters and other authorities. Capoeira helps people of all ages develop self-esteem, coordination, rhythm, strength, flexibility, and collaborative skills. It incorporates physical movement and awareness, self-expression, discipline, community, musicality, and the Portuguese language. For more info on capoeira classes visit, avesidea.org.
Christine Joy Ferrer (a.k.a. Tine) is a cultural movement and arts advocate; an eclectic soul inspired by Afro-diasporic/folkloric rhythms, dedicated to youth and community. She explores her relationship and connection to our local cultural arts communities not only as a dancer and educator, but also as writer, designer and editor. Raised in San Francisco's Ingleside district, she is a San Francisco State University graduate with a Bachelor of Arts Dual Degree in Journalism and Dance. She currently also teaches gymnastics and dance Lafayette Elementary, Hamlin School for Girls, Katherine Delmar Burke School. She has been a preschool and youth gymnastics coach at AcroSports for almost a decade. She's studied Haitian folkloric, Afro-Brazilian Contemporary, Afro-Cuban, acrobatics, jazz, modern, Latin American Social Folk, Dunham Technique, Philippine folk and more. She is a member of Parangal Dance Company. Tine is the arts/culture and design editor for Reimagine's Race, Poverty & the Environment journal and founder of Eyes Opened MVMNT Media & Design.