Dance Party with Special Guest Tony Adkins PA
AKA “Dancing Doctor

Event is part of Second Home’s Community Marathon Weekend
Limited to 80 Guests. Register

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When: Sun Oct 13, 2019 2:30-5:00pm
Where: La Brea Tar Pits Museum Second Home Pavilion
5801 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90036

2:30-3:00pm Registration. Photos. Light refreshments.
3:00-3:45pm Infinite Flow Performance. Tony Adkins Interview.
3:45-4:15pm Sign Language Dance Workshop by Shaheem.
4:15-5:00pm Dance Jam. Photos. Art.

Family Friendly. A mega celebration of diversity, inclusion, and accessibility, gathering people of all abilities and all walks of life. Bring YOU & Be YOU. Dress-to-Impress in BRIGHT COLORS.

Tickets: $25 Donation - Register HERE
** All proceeds to benefit Infinite Flow’s school assembly initiative.
** Limited to 80 attendees only. Be sure to RSVP.
** Children 17 and under are FREE. For every 3 children, there must be minimum1 adult attendee. Please indicate number of children attending.
** Please indicate accessibility accommodations on registration form.

Questions: or 949-267-8751

About Infinite Flow

Infinite Flow is a professional dance company composed of dancers with and without disabilities using dance as a catalyst to inspire inclusivity and innovation. Founded by stroke survivor and dancer Marisa Hamamoto, since 2015, Infinite Flow has performed 100+ times from school assemblies to corporate events at Apple, Red Bull, Porsche, Facebook, and others. We have been featured on NBC Today, ABC Good Morning America, Inside Edition, over 70 million people have viewed our videos on Facebook alone, and we have led 200+ inclusive dance classes. We believe that INCLUSION INSPIRES INNOVATION, and we believe that dance is transformational, brings people together, and is a powerful vehicle for change. Facebook/Instagram: @InfiniteFlowDance

About Infinite Flow’s School Assembly Initiative
1 in 5 people have a disability. Children with disabilities are 2-3 times more likely to be bullied than their nondisabled peers. Schools saw Infinite Flow’s unique approach to inclusion and through performance and storytelling, and started approaching us for assemblies. However, out of over 30 schools who have requested assemblies, only 3 schools have had the funding to bring us in. So we decided to raise funds on iFundwomen so that schools in need could apply to have. This event marks the launch to our crowdfunding campaign. In the meantime, preview our promo video, and if you would like to make a pre-launch contribution to our campaign, click HERE. All proceeds from this event will directly be put into this crowdfunding campaign.

To families with school age children: Want an Infinite Flow assembly at your school? Let’s work together to make that happen. Write to us at

About Tony Adkins PA - AKA “Dancing Doctor”

Tony Adkins, known to most as “Dancing Doc”, is a Physician Assistant at CHOC Children’s Hospital in Orange County. Dancing and music has always been a passion of Tony’s since growing up in South Central LA. A few years ago, Tony started dancing with his patients as a way to uplift his patient’s spirits, and soon began posting these videos on social media. In a short period of time, Tony’s videos went internationally viral, and now he counts a combined following of 1.9 Million people. Tony’s philosophy on treating patients is to individualize each patient and family on the best practice rooted in a recovery model. His mission is to uplift and empower healthcare providers to think outside of set boxes to deliver exceptional care to their patients. Facebook: @TonyAdkinsPA Instagram: @T_malone3

About Second Home & Second Home Pavilion


Designed by Spanish architects Lucia Cano and Jose Selgas of Selgascano, learn more about the Second Home Pavilion HERE

Second Home is a social business with a mission to support creativity and entrepreneurship in cities around the world. Learn more about Second Home’s new Hollywood coworking space HERE