While Physically-Integrated Dance has gained acceptance over the past 25 years, it may still be new to you. If you’re a student, scholar or dancer, we’ve collected some information below to help you research. AXIS Dance Company is recognized by the National Endowment For the Arts, and we are dedicated to promoting knowledge about this dance form in the U.S. and abroad.

Follow for concise information serving as introductions to disability culture and physically-integrated dance. For instance, If you’re a teacher, please access our AXIS Compilation for Research, available to educators and presenters who schedule AXIS Dance Company to conduct a youth performance, assembly, residency program or workshop, or the resources provided by the disability resource center.

AXIS Dance Company with consultant Debra Cash of Boston Dance Alliance, and our colleague Jo Verrent of Unlimited - the world's largest commissioning program for disabled artists ( - have collaborated on a compendium of information for artists, educators, producers, funders and others interested in the issues of dance that includes people with disabilities. We are in the process of expanding this bibliography through work at our National and Regional Convenings.