Being in flow is magical.
Flow training is made of physical and mental challenges to embrace dance as a natural feel-based language. 
This introduction course prepares you for your dance journey. Enjoy the ride.
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Course Lessons

Remember this golden rule.

The better you feel, the better you move, and the better you dance.

Start Your Flow

By following simple instructions and practical examples, you will develop your own physical language and discover your dance style.

As your journey progresses, you realize greater abilities and more powerful expressions, you feel unlimited dance movements and feelings, and your physical conversations become more detailed and imaginative than you knew possible.
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founder & Trainer

Michael Haug

We all want to play, evolve, and dance together. We feel more alive when we do so. Michael's desire to live in such a world has motivated him to create the most powerful, foolproof, and guided journey to discover our natural physical languages, to express them with style, and feel flow for the rest of our lives.

We dance because it feels good. I ask you — how good can it feel?
To get over that hump for me, and I think this would be important to relay to some people, might be to release yourself of preconceived notions of what it's like to dance, or what it's like to dance with a partner, or how you're supposed to move or supposed to step. Just leave all that behind, listen to your instructor, and start moving!
— Hugh C.
It was AWESOME. Everyone loved our first dance. I think my favorite compliment we got was something to the effect of, “I couldn’t tell if your dance was choreographed or not; it was just so f**king classy.”
Thank you so much for somehow making us classy ❤️
— Amanda A.
What I like about Flow is if you think about learning to dance as if you’re learning how to read, you get the letters first, then the words, then sentences, then paragraphs... and then you can write a story because you have all the building blocks to put it all together.
— Mary J.
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