Who We Are
Infinite Flow is a professional dance company and nonprofit 501(c)3 based in Los Angeles, founded in 2015, leading a movement for inclusion through dance.
A world where dance is accessible to all. Inclusion is the norm.
A global community where everyone celebrates each other’s differences.
To make dance accessible to all.
To use dance as a vehicle to eliminate the stigma and inequality associated with disability.
Artistic Excellence: Unquestionable quality of artistry and creativity
Social Innovation: Creative and innovative solutions to social challenges
Empowerment: Removing barriers and thriving
Community: A safe place to connect and express
Mainstream: Appealing and empowering national and global audiences
Integration: Focussing on the inclusion of over the segregation of people with disabilities.
What We Do
The images we see around us become our reality. We dismantle the disability stereotype and showcase the beauty of inclusion to broad audiences through live performances, videos, and other media content.
It starts with each of us accepting and celebrating each other’s differences. We build inclusive culture and community through both online campaigns and offline events & meetups.
People with disabilities should have equal opportunity to learn to dance as anyone else. We educate dance studio owners and dance program leaders to make their EXISTING studios and programs more accessible and inclusive. (Launching 2019)
America's 1st professional wheelchair ballroom dance company
Performed at 80+ events.
200+ inclusive dance workshops, classes, and events.
Recognized in 80+ media and press outlets such as ABC Good Morning America, NBC’s Today Show, Inside Edition, NowThis, Refinery29, GOOD, Broadway World, Dance Spirit Magazine, many MORE.
45 Million+ video views on Facebook.
Strategic partners & clients include Red Bull, Apple Inc, Facebook, Kaiser Permanente, Refinery 29, and Porsche.
In all dance sessions, each person is an equal participant, no one is a volunteer. We don't use of the words "adapt" and "modify", instead we use the word "translate".