Join us on a journey to celebrate diversity, inclusion, and progress in dance education and the wider dance community.

Our workshops aren’t just about talking – they’re about sparking real change!

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Upcoming Events


The TIRED Movement will be hosting a webinar on Racial Representation in Ballroom dancing on Thursday 7th July at 7pm!

Make sure to book your FREE place now to join the conversation – 

Our co-founder Stacey Green and TIRED Advisory Board Member Oskar Odiakosa will be joined by panellists in the industry to discuss the current under representation in Ballroom.

There is an extreme lack of representation in Ballroom and Latin dancing. This lack of diversity can be so discouraging to young dancers as they begin to feel they can only be what they see – and what they currently see is a space that is not accessible to them. It is time for change! We will also be addressing recent concerns raised regarding cultural appropriation, excessive tanning and the diluting of cultural styles and techniques.  

We are currently working on an initiative to improve representation in Ballroom and Latin Dance that we would like you to be involved in. So much of Ballroom and Latin dance history is rooted in Black culture and that is something that should not be ignored – it is time to educate and inspire the future generation of dancers! 

Make sure to book your FREE place now to join the conversation – https://www, 

Don’t miss it!

We are proud to be partnering with CYD?, the biggest touring dance exhibition in the UK.  We have been given a platform to raise awareness about the movement and the need for more diversity in dance.  Our co-founder Stacey Green recently delivered a seminar at their teacher convention at in Birmingham which was well received with some great feedback

"WOW WOW WOW! I have had the pleasure of meeting, speaking with and listening to Stacey Green from the Tired Movement today....... Wow this woman is such an inspiration and has passion pouring out of her. If you run a studio and you don't know how to be a part of improving racial equality in dance, follow the Tired Movement and support them if you can. Incredible woman, incredible movement! The highlight of the entire CYD event has been listening to Stacey Green talk and share her passion and insight on how we can take action and be a part of making real, long term change!"

Our dance ambassadors have been given a platform to raise awareness at 3 of their regional events across the country where they will perform a bespoke piece choreographed by industry professionals

Catch our ambassadors at the following events

Worcester- October 17th 

Sheffield- October 31st

Coventry- November 14th

Weʼre raising £5,000 to help towards our campaign to improve racial equity, representation and inclusion in dance education!