Perceptual Motion is sensitive to the many demands on teachers. We strive to make every minute count to create the “AHA!” moments of discovery so crucial to retention of ideas and concepts.
We balance the teaching of specific skills with development of the ability to creatively solve problems in an effort to help teachers and students reach their full potential.
Perceptual Motion offers custom designed teacher in services, special projects, lecture demonstrations and dance residencies. Please call Lin Shook at 1-773-549-3958 for more information.
Adult Dance Classes on Zoom Starting Soon!
Anybody Can Dance Class
Tuesdays 3:00-4:00 Starts March 9
Dance classes feed your body and soul. Anybody Can Dance classes are for adults of any age who want to experience the joy of dance in a safe and supportive atmosphere. Classes incorporate Modern dance technique, ballet, yoga, and improvisation. Experience the artistic & spiritual satisfaction and FUN of DANCING! Taught in a supportive, yet challenging manner by Lin Shook.
Pay what you can starting at $8/class
Payment is through Zelle to email@example.com or a check to Perceptual Motion, Inc. 4057 N. Damen Ave., Unit 1, Chicago, Il. 60618
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll send you registration info.
Tiny Dance Breaks Series
Starting in March!
Dance Breaks taught by Mary Iris
Computer Co-workers taught by Keila Hamed
More info Coming Soon!
Perceptual Motion Inc. has conducted children’s dance programs throughout Chicago through Urban Gateways since 1985. PMI also has dance and yoga programs at Pilgrim Lutheran School and Lakeside Square Apartments.
School days can be long for young children and the transition from the structure of the classroom to after school or home can be challenging. Help your child transition from the classroom to after school and home with Happy Yoga class. In this fun and playful class children will learn how to focus through breathing and relaxation techniques, develop strong healthy bodies with developmentally appropriate poses, build social skills with partner and group poses. Engaging stories, imagination exercises and meditation help children learn to recognize and channel their energy.