The Retreat | Release Dance Project - Toronto
Release Dance Project is excited to offer Ontario’s first ever overnight Youth Dance Intensive. The Retreat provides an opportunity for dancers to engage in a full dance retreat, in an intimate setting. This gives them insights to be challenged as dancers, and find new and innovative ways to move. We strive to push dancers to their fullest potential by taking them out of their comfort zone, alongside, proving them with a solid base to do so. Being a part of The Retreat allows dancers to fully emerge themselves in the intensive, and narrow in to discover who they are, what they want to accomplish, and how they can achieve it! The Retreat combines company-like dance training with typical summer camp activities. These evolving dancers get to enjoy their summer in the beautiful outdoors while continuing their training and expanding their knowledge of dance.

For more information please click THE RETREAT 2021 INFO



“I had such an amazing week, with such amazing people. Filled with memories that will last forever!” – Nida (Retreat Camper SZN 1)

“So many memories were made 💜 Heartfelt thank you to @releasedanceproject for giving me the opportunity to spread some positive yoga vibes among these young dance campers✨ I had a wonderful time!” -Stefania (guest yoga instructor)

“Six sleeps later, two loads of laundry, and countless stories/memories .. no better feeling as a parent knowing your kid had an amazing time!! Thank you @releasedanceproject on an amazing week of dance camp. And the show was amazing .. I wish I could watch it again!. So many talented young dancers. Congrats !!” – Angela (parent of Retreat SZN 1 camper)

“My daughter had the time of her life at The Retreat with you all. Honestly, only positive feedback for you. She made amazing friends while challenging herself physically and emotionally. The only suggestion we have is to please make it 2 weeks next year! LOL.” – Cedar (parent of Retreat SZN 1 camper)

“thank you so much @releasedanceproject for bringing me out. love what you’ve got going on xx” – Rebecca Zizek (guest choreographer)