Ingrid Díaz Céspedes
Our Shared Vision
Let's Move! Together. Three Left Feet is based on the Canadian Prairies. Our movement story is shaped by geography and our grassroots connection to the people who live here. Three Left Feet believes in working with professional artists who have a unique combination of passion, creativity, spark, and dedication. Motivated by rhythms from all over the world, we encourage others to move with us and be moved by us.
Always learning. Always listening.
Building blocks for communities.
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"Allara and her team were well organized from the first time we met. She made sure everything ran smoothly during her two weeks at our school. She started by creating a detailed schedule that worked around our school's music, physical education, recess and lunch times. The dance classes were high energy with the students moving and dancing the whole time, but also highly structured. Our final performance piece included a professionally done video that the whole school enjoyed. "
"What impressed me most about 3LF was not their engaging choice of dance and music, or their contagious positivity (both of which are world class), but it was the care and effort they put into reaching students who had difficulties with dance moves and/or attitude. It was a pleasure to watch those students gain confidence, trust Allara and Ingrid, and then shine in their performances!"
Three Left Feet is based on the traditional territory of the
Blackfoot people and their name for the place where the Bow and
Elbow Rivers meet is called Moh’kins’tsis. We acknowledge the
people that came before us in the Blackfoot confederacy including
the Sik'sika, Kainai, Piikani as well as the Tsuut'ina and Iyarhe
Nakoda including the Chiniki, Bearspaw, and Wesley First Nations.
Treaty 7 territory is also home to the Metis Nation, Region 3. We
acknowledge the treaty relationship of friendship and kinship
with the Indigenous peoples who gathered here for thousands of
years and all Indigenous people continuing to live here
May we all love and honour this place, and celebrate that we are all treaty people.