What’s New At Amoyo?
What’s New At Amoyo?Exciting new dancing lessons are starting at Amoyo’s new studio, 27 Victoria Avenue in Hout Bay for everyone. Amoyo is celebrating their move to their beautiful new studio which allows them to offer more classes to their beneficiaries and to help run the facility they are introducing new ‘fundraising’ fun on the dance floor.
On Monday afternoons Street Dance & Contemporary Dance classes from 4-6pm for children 8-12 & 13-17 years old and more classes will be introduced as the groups grow.
On Thursday evenings spend the evening with Amoyo’s co-founder and djembe drum extraordinaire Mandisa, dancing to thriving African rhythm and urban styles at Adult African Fusion Fitness from 6pm – 7pm. All classes are R60.00 or R500 for 10 sessions upfront.
Amoyo Performing Arts Foundation works with the impoverished communities of Hout Bay, Imizamo Yethu and Hangberg, helping to change the lives of the youth who couldn’t otherwise access extra mural classes, through their after school performing arts classes and then by delving into a deeper, trust and nurture-based relationship.
“At AMOYO, we greatly appreciate any donation big or small, enabling us to continue to help enrich and support the lives of these children” – Kim Conley CEO
The Amoyo Studio is also available for rent for other activities and workshops.
Contact Amoyo 021 300 3297 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and class bookings.
Website:www.amoyo.org Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AmoyoFoundation