We believe everyone is creative and creativity is vital to everyone.
As the rules begin to change, What Moves You? is bringing children together to take part in Outdoor Chance Dance with Dawn Hartley and Skye Reynolds near Lyra in Craigmillar and in Newburgh in Fife.
Older people across Scotland can soon enjoy a filmed Seated Movement Session led by Julia McGhee in inspiring surroundings.
Niamh O'Loughlin led Drop In Dance Online this week whilst Julia led Online Seated Moves and Nursery Moves in partnership with Pulteney People's Project in Wick.
Now we're busy planning more outdoor and indoor activities for people with and without disabilities across Scotland.
What is 'What Moves You?' all about?
A participatory arts project, connecting to communities using movement and performance, the project is the first project to be delivered by What Moves You CIC (Community Interest Company) and brings together the talents of four wonderful dance artists, who will collaborate to deliver online and outdoor movement sessions.
With your support, we can help more people connect to one another through exploring the question, 'What Moves You?'
Every contribution helps us reach more people to offer free movement sessions thinking about the moves we make, the music we love, the landscape we enjoy and the experiences which have shaped us.
Generating fresh creative ideas with our inclusive approach will enable everyone to have rich - and fun! - experiences in taking part.
Please help us connect to your local groups and national organisations by sharing our project - What Moves You?