Make sure you put this date in your diary! Come and join in the festivities at Southbank Parklands for a day of great entertainment - including a performance from our very own Bust a Move dancers, how good's that?! read more
“I love going to BAMD because we have awesome fun and awesome teachers.”
“I love BAMD because it makes me feel apart of a great big family.
I love BAMD because it keeps me fit.
I love BAMD because I love dancing and it makes me smile.”
“I love BAMD because it’s fun it makes me feel great and I have made great friends there.”
“It feels so heart-warming and uplifting to be a part of a community which is all about promoting a supportive and welcoming environment for ANYONE who wants to learn, dance and socialize. A dance with the BAMD crew always brightens my day!”
“I love BAMD because it is a community where everybody is equal and everyone has one common goal – to lose themselves to dance and have a great time whilst doing it!”
“This is a good opportunity for me to say thanks for providing Lewis with an activity that encourages active participation, to help him overcome his physical barriers. BAMD allows him to express himself but within boundaries which is good for his emotional and social learning! Furthermore it provides a fun social activity for him and his friends outside of school and home.”
Donna Puddiford - Parent
“It’s great to see Grace enjoy dance in an atmosphere that is welcoming and inclusive. Best of all she is a joy to watch as she performs!”
Peter and Jane Hegarty
“BAMD encourages independence and creative movement through a fun program of dance. Friendships are made too. Always big smiles on faces as the group comes out!”
Desma Hill, parent of Sarah aged 19 years
“We struggled for years to find an “extra-curricular” for our 10 year old son with ASD and were so delighted when we finally found BAMD. He has been attending the Saturday kids class for a couple of years now. The classes are always engaging and it’s been fabulous for his motor-planning, strength, flexibility, socialisation and short-term memory – not to mention a ton of fun!”