What's the Commotion all about?
Project Commotion is a community space where children, families and educators are invited to learn and grow together through movement, sensory experiences, and play.
We offer classes that incorporate tumbling, music, play, dance, and martial arts as a means of fostering healthy development, self-awareness and self-expression. Private, semi-private and small group classes are available for children, and community workshops are offered for adults.
At Project Commotion, we see every child as a special individual. Class sizes are small to allow our instructors the time and space to connect with every child and every family, and so that we may structure our classes to meet the needs of participants.
Project Commotion is a San Francisco-based non-profit organization welcoming ALL children between the ages of 0 months to 18 years, and their families. We strive in particular to support under-served families of children with special needs, as well as caretakers and educators, through the development of physical, sensory, and self-awareness.
To learn more about our work, please read our Mission and Philosophy and take a look at the video below. Please browse our website for specific information about our programs, and contact us with your questions and feedback.
News and Events
updated Wednesday, June 25
Summer Session runs from Monday, June 9 - Thursday, August 14.
Enrollment is open for Summer Session classes, View the Schedule here!
Summer Enrichment Camps are full and closed for Enrollment.
Moving through Literacy is our School-Year Enrichment Program. Meeting twice weekly, this specialized program offers an embodied, sensory approach to learning and exploration for our students, ages 6 - 12.
Summer 2014 Adult Class Schedule
All adult classes are drop-in.
Discounted class passes are available.
For more information, go to our Community Workshops page.
If you would like find out more about how to invite Project Commotion to present a workshop for your staff or group, please click here!
Thank you to everyone who joined us on February 8 for Share the Love 2014: Sharing the Love of Movement and Community at Project Commotion!