Founded by Dicki Johnson Macy 1988
  • About Rainbowdance
  • Why Rainbowdance
  • Self Esteem
  • Self Regulation
  • Social Empathy
  • Parents & Teachers
About Rainbowdance
Rainbowdance gathers children, teachers and parents around a parachute for one hour for the purpose of enhancing social empathy, self-confidence and self-regulation. Blending storytelling, object lessons, repetitious movements set to cultural music and improvisation, Rainbowdance provides the safe structure necessary for children to develop competency and relationships.

Participants mirror movement and behavior rather than the typical command-based instruction, giving the child a sense of both freedom and structure. Consistency coupled with mastery of movement creates an environment of safety where children find the confidence to face daily challenges.

The stories and improvisations have themes of cooperation, respect, trust, honor, and gentleness, and are developed to expose each child to adaptive coping strategies for successfully meeting normal developmental challenges, as well as constructive solutions to conflict.
Rainbowdance Programs
Mass. Governor's Forum
Endorsed Practitioners
Isadora Duncan
Rainbowdance History
Rainbowdance Training
Training for anyone involved in early childhood development.
Advanced Trainings
Rainbowdance Advanced Training: Feb. 1-2, 2014
Intention & Frequency Workshop: March 1, 2014
CBI® Basic Training: April 4-5-6, 2014
Transformation Workshop: May 31, 2014
Dance Complex Recital: June 7, 2014
If you are interested in advanced trainings, contact Dicki Johnson Macy at