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“I’ve been completely onboard with BAP from the minute it fell on my radar, particularly the inclusivity aspect....From my experience I would definitely describe BAP as a welcoming and inclusive space. I would truly feel comfortable inviting anyone in my life to participate in BAP with me: friends who are neurodiverse, older adults, all gender identities, all sexualities, all abilities.

—  Jaycie Bohan, Class Attendee

Living & dancing on stolen land.

We acknowledge the custodians and their elders past, present and emerging.

We recognise the practice of dance on this country by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples for tens of thousands of years. We also honour the rich and complex dance lineages within our practice and pay our respects to their ancestors, creators and the artists who keep these movement languages alive.

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