Mind, Body & Soil

We move in the name of global groove! From pilgrimage to personal practice – our workshops, performances, event installations, and retreats use place-based dance and adventure storytelling to investigate, embody, and conserve the lessons of our Landcestors.

ABOUT

OHA! is a performing arts organization dedicated to experiential learning through environmental dance. Founded in 2017, it offers eco-embodiment coaching, choreography, consultation, and creative design through a variety of year round land projects, workshops, performances, and event installations.

MISSION

OHA! is dedicated to bridging the gap between physical fluency and environmental literacy, inviting artists to use performance as a tool to design and support a regenerative future.

  • Global Focus – our international network of facilitating artist-educators comes from all walks of life, weaving unique cultural perspectives into each activity

  • Experiential Learning – we believe we learn the most about ourselves by investigating the ways we navigate the world, take up space, and grow intimate with nature’s patterns, systems, and rhythms

  • Equity in Access – outdoor arts education is a right not a privilege; OHA! is committed to offering free and sliding scale programming to communities historically underserved

Our virtual field trips utilize 360° video, audio, and closed captions. All bodies of varying abilities are invited to dance outdoors with us, anytime and anywhere!

FAQ

With you on stage next to me, I feel strong. Your artistry supports my vision in a way that helps me explore my art further, without fear or anxiety. Thank you for being on this journey with me.

Cellista, Performance Artist Cellista®

Thank you for all your hard, creative, and mind boggling work with Epiphany!!! What a year we’ve had!!

Kim, Epiphany Dance Theater

Mojo…never letting up in creating a safe, sacred space for the fully-embodied expressions of those that they co-create with! Your powerful, evocative, and electric performance styles…only second to your heart, love, and grace.

Gitana, Weaving Dreams Project

I think Jes is a gateway…I just spent two hours working on hip-hop today after their class last night.

Allegra, House of Yes

The workshop was fantastic! The dancers were so excited and engaged. The big win was after Jes left one of my students said “I feel like I just think about dance in a completely new way now!

Jana, The Hamlin School

From the bottom of our hearts, thank you for being the most awesome choreographer. We hope to work with you again!

Amy & Joann, City of Sunnyvale

I love your project and how it evolved from taking care of yourself during these challenging circumstances. The idea that self care can be a form of protest intrigues me.  To see, feel, and take care ourselves is an act of courage.  It’s a beautiful reminder of how we love and value ourselves.

Tiffani, Photographer

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