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Culture Days will return September 20 – October 13, 2024.

Moving Through Resistance with dancer Mayumi Lashbrook


Dance Kids Music Performance Physical activity & movement Youth & teens
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Workers Arts and Heritage Centre

51 Stuart Street

Hamilton, ON

Directions: Located beside Hamilton’s West Harbour GO station, get here easily via GO transit. HSR bus lines and Sobi bicycle share are available nearby. Free parking on both sides of Stuart Street and in West Harbour GO parking lot. WAHC is accessible. Access more detailed info on our website, Masks are required. This event may use indoor or outdoor space weather permitting. Free disposable masks are available at the front door for those that need them.



Offered in English.

Wheelchair accessible and has gender-neutral washrooms.


Families are invited to dive into their bodies, learning how to identify/express stories that arise from within. Tune into your intuition, listen to sensation, engage in rich imagery and play in full bodied expression. This mindful practice is meant for all movers with a focus on breath, creative release and improvisation. Delight in your wholebeing expression!

Blending ideas from Somatic movement, Butoh and other creative movement forms, Moving Through Resistance is a way of playfully processing emotion through a wordless outlet.

Drop in for 50 minute sessions on the hour or participate for the whole afternoon.


Workers Arts and Heritage Centre

The Workers Arts and Heritage Centre (WAHC) is a community museum and multidisciplinary arts centre located in the historic Custom House in Hamilton, ON. Our mission is to celebrate the stories of all working people through art, history, and culture.

WAHC provides an array of exhibitions, educational programs, guided tours, online exhibits and events to our local community and to provincial and national audiences. WAHC is also home to a contemporary gallery showing work by local and national artists that address the diverse histories and cultures of working people. We are free to the public and have been a proud part of the Hamilton community for over 25 years!