Adult Classes
Youth Classes

Tribal MVMNT is a contemporary movement dance class for adults and older teens, rooted in rhythms of various folkloric, tribal and diasporic dances; inspired by the cultural movement storytelling of the Philippines, Haiti and Brazil. Beginners welcome.

Tribal MVMNT w/ Tine
Fridays, 10-11:30 AM
$10-$20 sliding scale drop-in rate

915 Cayuga Ave @ Ocean Ave
San Francisco, CA
(enter through the red door)
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Christine Joy Ferrer (AKA Tine) is currently registering students for her class at Lafayette Elementary School.

Lafayette Elementary
4545 Anza St.
San Francisco, CA 94121

Classes for Lafayette Students:

AcroDance is a multi-cultural gymnastics and dance class inspired by folkloric dances of Haiti, Brazil, Philippines and more. The class also incorporates creative movement, isolations, live drumming and self-expression through students own choreography.

For 2nd – 5th Grades

  • Fridays, September 11 – December 22
  • 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM // Music Room, RM 30
  • Registration Fee: $180/session, 12 weeks, $15/class

Rhythm & MVMNT focuses on creative movement using rhythmic exploration, multicultural storytelling, and gymnastics.

For K – 1st Grades

  • Tuesdays, September 11 –December 22
  • 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM // Music Room, RM 30
  • Registration Fee: $195/session for 13 weeks, $15/class

*Please email  or call/text 415-608-2512 (please leave a voicemail) if you have any questions. Although a class may be limited to certain grades, if you are interested in registering your child for either class, please contact Tine. Also, if your child joins the class later and you’d like to be prorated, please email Tine as well.

Holidays and Breaks:

  • Monday, Oct. 9 Indigenous People’s Day
  • Friday, Nov. 10 Veteran’s Day
  • MondayFriday, Nov. 20-24  Thanksgiving
  • MondayFriday, Nov. 27-Dec. Parent + Teacher Conferences

EO MVMNT Class Registration Form



Christine Joy Ferrer (a.k.a. Tine) is a cultural movement and arts advocate; an eclectic soul inspired by Afro-diasporic/folkloric rhythms, dedicated to youth and community. She explores her relationship and connection to our local cultural arts communities not only as a dancer and educator, but also as writer, designer and editor. Brought up in San Francisco’s Ingleside district, she is a San Francisco State University graduate with a Bachelor of Arts dual degree in journalism and dance. For the last seven years she has taught preschool gymnastic/dance at AcroSports. She’s studied Haitian folkloric, Afro-Brazilian Contemporary, Afro-Cuban, acrobatics, jazz, modern, Latin American Social Folk, Dunham Technique, Philippine folk and more. She is a member of Parangal Dance Company.

Tine is the arts/culture and design editor for Reimagine’s Race, Poverty & the Environment journal and founder of Eyes Opened MVMNT Media & Design.