Adults and children ages 12+ must show proof of Covid-19 vaccination to attend in-person programs. Please read our health protocols before coming to 92Y.
Masks must be worn by everyone over the age of 2, regardless of vaccination status.
Adults and children age 12+ must show proof of vaccination upon arrival at 92Y.
Exceptions include patrons with a medical condition or closely held religious belief that prevents vaccination. Please contact your program center or Customer Care if you fall into this category.
If you are currently enrolled in a class, or if your child is about to turn 12 and is not yet vaccinated, please contact your program center for more information.
Thank you for doing your part in helping to keep everyone in our community safe.
Does not include service & handling fees, if applicable.
We have all been thrown into a world reliant on teaching online.
Now more than ever we need to think about planning for different learning styles. But how do we do this online? And how do we pick up on the nuances: a sigh, a shift, of a child in distress or disengaged?
In this workshop learn how to engage all learners through differentiation and by incorporating movement, music, play, crafts and art; whatever the subject you are teaching.
Online programs:An access link will be emailed to you after purchase
Adults and children age 12+ must show proof of vaccination upon arrival at 92Y
Madeline Solomon has been teaching children and adults for over 20 years both in Europe, Canada and USA incorporating dance, music and puppeteering. She completed a Professional Diploma in Dance Studies PDDS at the Laban Center, London, has an MA from Oxford, Cert. in Adult Education from New City College, London, has completed training as a dance therapist and uses a creative arts therapy approach in her work with children and adults. She is Director of the Children's Program at KlezKanada, a family music camp in Quebec, and is Coordinator of Brooklyn Worker's Circle, a children's education program in New York.
Enriching Online Teaching with Dance and Other Arts
Dance Therapy Program
Dance Education Laboratory (DEL)
Deborah Damast, MA, Ruby Frink, MA, and Guests