About Us

Infinite Flow is a professional inclusive dance company and nonprofit org based in Los Angeles, Founded in 2015.  We use dance as a vehicle to empower people to #BeINFINITE and create a world where people of all abilities are included.


  • A society where the word “disability” does not exist.
  • A world where dance is accessible to all.
  • A global community where everyone celebrates each other’s differences.


  • We use dance to empower people to #BeINFINITE and create a world where people of all abilities are included.

Brand Values

  • 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

What We Believe

  • We believe each person has a dancer inside, and believe there are infinitely different ways to dance.
  • We break barriers socially and artistically, and we know that inclusion creates a better future.
  • We believe in each person's infinite potential, and create an environment where each person can thrive and make a difference.

Some Facts

  • America's 1st professional wheelchair ballroom dance company
  • Performed at 70+ events
  • Instructed 200+ wheelchair users through 150+ workshops, weekly dance classes, and community outreach events
  • Recognized in 70+ media and press outlets such as NBC’s Today Show, Inside Edition, NowThis, Refinery29, GOOD, Broadway World, Dance Spirit Magazine, many MORE.
  • 30 Million+ video views on Facebook
  • Partners include Red Bull, Apple Inc, Facebook, and Ovation TV
  • In all dance sessions, each person is an equal participant, not a volunteer. We don't use of the words "adapt" and "modify", instead we use the word "translate"


Infinite Flow was founded by Marisa Hamamoto, a professional ballroom dancer who was temporarily paralyzed from the neck down with a rare stroke called spinal cord infarction in 2006. More on her story HERE.

Jan 1, 2018 Update:  We've changed our name from "Infinite Flow - A Wheelchair Dance Company" to "Infinite Flow - An Inclusive Dance Company".  Though we plan to continue to develop the craft of wheelchair ballroom, we've opened our doors to dancers of all abilities and all walks of life and changed our name to reflect that.