Segment: Iroquois Traditions

Iroquois Traditions - Stephanie Marie FoxIroquois Traditions – Stephanie Marie Fox, Storyteller and Dance

Iroquois Traditions

Stephanie Marie Fox, Storyteller and Dance

Stephanie’s Specialties Include: Iroquois Cultural Programs Iroquois Social Dancing Stories From The Longhouse Learn To Speak Mohawk Sit and Dance for Elders Partner Dancing to Ballroom, Latin, and Swing Dance Music Haudenosaunee (Six Nations Iroquois Confederacy) Cultural Programs *Haudenosaunee programs are presented in regalia, traditional clothing now worn only for ceremonial purposes and special occasions. Iroquois Social Dancing • Learn about the Iroquois through traditional songs, social dances, and stories appropriate for all ages. • Dancing plays a large part in the creation story and is used to give thanks, uplift spirits, and welcome visitors. • Dances such as the Alligator Dance, Robin Dance, and Rabbit Dance are fun for the whole family! Foxy Trot Dance uses music, movement & meaningful connections to optimize community, group, and individual wellness through stories and dance.

Filmed at Open Stage Media, Proctors, Schenectady
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