Join us for a fiercely noncompetitive, radical dance aerobics practice and celebration!
This event is part of the Motherless Mother's Day series. Motherless Mother's Day events are by donation and ALL funds generated will go directly to each individual event's host. You will receive a link to donate in a follow up email!
Pony Sweat is a Fiercely Non-Competitive dance aerobics celebration! It’s a high-energy hour of exercise that feels like dancing in your bedroom to music from a favorite mixtape.
The moves are easy to follow and create a challenging workout. Most importantly, Pony Sweat is a practice in radical self-acceptance and anti-perfectionism.
Our goal is to cultivate freedom of movement and thought, to take care of ourselves and to take care of each other.
Come as you are, all ways, always!
Supplies needed: Space to dance! Sneakers or bare feet will work best!
About the host: Emilia Richeson is a performer, actor, dancer, theater-maker, and creator of punk-feminist aerobics movement Pony Sweat. She has cultivated a loyal following through her “fiercely noncompetitive” dance aerobics format, which celebrates radical acceptance, inclusivity, self-expression, and anti-perfectionism. She holds a BFA in Acting from Emerson College in Boston, and is an AFAA certified aerobics instructor. She is a founding member of Brimmer Street Theatre Company, and she dances, sings, and hits drums for feminist art-punk band Object As Subject. Emilia lives in Los Angeles.