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BALLET AFTER DARK IS COMMITTED TO BRINGING OUR TRAUMA-INFORMED, HOLISTIC DANCE THERAPY CURRICULUM TO COMMUNITIES EVERYWHERE! WE HAVE A GOAL OF PROVIDING RECOVERY PROGRAMS TO SURVIVORS OF TRAUMA GLOBALLY AND NEED YOUR HELP! REACH OUT TO US TODAY!
BALLET AFTER DARK- MEXICO
Ballet After Dark- Mexico, in partnership with La Casa Mandarina, was a one-time special project that offered our holistic dance therapy curriculum to various marginalized communities in Mexico City.
In 2020, Ballet After Dark partnered with La Casa Mandarina AC (LCM), an itinerant and independent non-profit organization, based in Mexico City. La Casa Mandarina AC (LCM), an itinerant and independent non-profit organization, based in Mexico City. Founded in 2000 by Mora Fernández, LCM is devoted to ending sexual violence through ARTivism. We successfully implemented the Ballet After Dark holistic dance therapy curriculum in Mexico City and served marginalized communities of women such as Afro-Latina, indigenous and transgendered women.
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Campus Facility & Features
Cortiva Linthicum Heights offers comprehensive massage and skin care programs to guide students though their training and on to successful careers. Our campus is based in a well-equipped and spacious professional building with ample parking. We have 20 instructors onsite at our Cortiva Linthicum Heights campus, making this one of Cortiva’s largest campuses.
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Benefits of This Campus Location
Linthicum Heights and the BWI business community neighbors the Baltimore metropolitan area, which is home to more than 10,000 residents. Students who attend courses here have excellent access to the Baltimore metropolitan area, which is home to more than 2.7 million people. City center is only about eight miles away and accessible by both car and public transportation. When you study here, you are also close to the Washington, D.C., metro area, which is about 35 miles from our campus and home to over six million people.