For every 15 participants in a session, we have a need for 1 lead instructor and 2 class assistants.

Lead Instructors

If you’re a certified yoga instructor or trained dance instructor with trauma-sensitive experience, you might consider becoming a lead instructor. Submit your resume to movetohealsd@gmail.com to learn about upcoming needs and compensation.

Must be willing to complete Move To Heal Staff Training that including trauma-informed practices with youth, understanding ACEs, child sexual abuse prevention, and inclusion practices.

Class Assistants

A valuable part of our programming are our class assistants that interact with session participants in addition to the lead instructor, as well as assist with class set-up and take-down. Contact us to learn about upcoming needs and compensation.

Must be willing to complete Move To Heal Staff Training that including trauma-informed practices with youth, understanding ACEs, child sexual abuse prevention, and inclusion practices.

Dance Collective Members

Looking to get involved in the Sioux Falls, S.D. community in a unique way that shares your love of the performing arts? Our Dance Collective may be your opportunity to do just that! Check back for 2023 Audition details for Season 2 Dance Collective

The Move To Heal SD Dance Collective uses movement-based art through dance to tell stories, empower healing, and inspire joy. Season 1 of the Dance Collective launched February 2022 and includes performing artists age 9 through adult in both a Youth Collective and Adult Collective.

Performances take place throughout the year in healthcare and community settings, with some open to the public and others taking place at organizational staff training days or conferences.

Movement Ambassadors

We collaborate with the Levitt at the Falls in Sioux Falls, S.D. to infuse Move To Heal performing artists and instructors into the free family friendly concerts that take place on 5 Fridays at 10am over the summer.

Move To Heal Movement Ambassadors are friendly, inviting and safe people to dance with or move alongside at each concert. We exist to add value to the concert experience and be a friendly face that children, youth and adults can come up to. You can find us at the front of the grass near the stage on the cement. Each Movement Ambassador wears a Move To Heal t-shirt to identify themselves.

Ways you could involved include welcoming people to the dance floor or move/dance with those attending the concerts. Contact us to get connected with this opportunity.

Current Events to Get Involved In

December 13: The Nutcracker | Performance at 5:30pm at Terry Redlin Elementary School Gymnasium