Dancing is good for you: muscle tone, suppleness, balance and endurance are among the physical benefits of regular practice. However, dancing is more than that. By connecting with your body, you can develop self-awareness and boost self-esteem. Dancing is a way to express your emotions, create a bond with others and even (re)discover happiness.

Convinced that art - and more specifically dance - is a powerful tool to contribute to the health and well-being of all, the Mosa Ballet School wants to capitalise on its reputation and its strength of mobilisation to move the lines and be the source of a real major societal impact.

The Quand on Danse programme was created in perfect harmony with the Mosa Ballet School's values of excellence, humanity and collaboration.

Discovering and experimenting

Quand on Danse wants to make known the other Dance, the one that brings well-being, the one that brings people together and connects them, the one that heals.

I want to dance

Proving and testing

The programme relies on field experts and research to demonstrate the contribution of dance to improving quality of life and health. 

I want to  train

Supporting and accompanying

One of the missions of the programme is to facilitate access to information and, above all, to dance activities and events.

I want to be a partner

Exchanging and transmitting

Quand on Danse aims to be a crossroads, a "place" for meeting and exchanging ideas, but also a service platform around dance.

I want to take part

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Founding partners

Mr and Mrs Jean-Jacques et Eliane De Cloedt
Mr Jean De Cloedt
Mr Stephan Uhoda

Other institutional support