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Mission Statement

The Sacred G’s is an artist collective dedicated to conceiving, creating and presenting dance and multimedia performance art works that inspire and empower civic change and intrinsic connection to Self, with a dual focus on expanding the discourse of street dance and spirituality, and bridging the gap between communities and the street arts.

Who We Are

We formed in 2014 as a group of professional dancers that utilized the art of dance and spiritual movement practices to empower the body, inspire the mind and enrich the link to Spirit. We’re a multicultural, versatile group of conscious art-makers who have hailed from differing life paths. The common ground is that we come from the underground Hip Hop, street, and club communities. Our love for and investment in real Hip Hop, street and club dance culture has led us to professionally battle, perform, teach and create dance curriculum, and produce events that allow our communities of practice to interact, build, and thrive. Our spiritual disciplines have led some of us to double as healers and yogis. Inspiration from our upbringings brought us to want to transcend our art into more meaningful, resonant messages for humanity that would in turn inspire the next of kin. Over the years we have evolved into an arts collective that does contracted choreography, dance and multimedia performance, masterclass instruction and event production. Culminating our individual experiences, we share with intentional communities and transformational cultural events.

Events & Performance

Interested in booking us for your next special event? Sacred G’s Takeover DJ & dance performance set at your festival? A choreographed stage show for your gala or dinner? Unique costumed roaming performances and interactions with your patrons? We would love to hear about your event and how we may be safe and inspiring at it.

We have been dawning masks since before it was cool; our wearable LED technology abides by the strictest CDC regulations and social circumstances. During the apex of the 2020 pandemic shutdowns, we successfully tested this by partnering with several municipalities to bring interactive roaming performance to the public in a Covid-friendly and social distance-friendly way.


We produce cross-community and cross-cultural events that bring humans together for common causes experienced through art, healing, unity, and celebration. Event management, promotion, decoration, DJing, hosting and MCing, artist liaison work,  you name it; we have filled nearly every shoe possible. The best way to stay in the know is via our social media channels.


Unique dance experiences, combining future-ancient fusion movement, experimental street dance, traditional street dance, choreography, technique, and spiritual movement practices.  The Sacred G’s has a diverse range of dance styles, techniques, and  practices that it draws from. Workshops vary, as the G’s offer weekly classes, pop-up classes, an online dance school, and courses at various universities and colleges.

Improvisation & Freestyle

Much of our training comes from years of consistent self-training, training with our own crews, and from training improvisational movement and freestyle dance. Some of the G’s have ascended in the dance battle circuit, while others have received university training and accredited degrees. We revere in getting on stage dancing during live acts, whereby we resonate with the artist and their musi. Similar to our choreography, we employ acrobatics, Hip Hop dance styles, perhaps with elements of our spiritual movement practices. The differences between choreography and freestyle here are that we don’t know what music will be played, how it will be mixed togehter, or how we will respond to the music. Such circumstances guide us to create wild, impulsive, raw performances, with a level of energy that choreographed movement does not allow for. We have danced at many festivals and concerts, with Com Truise, The Polish Ambassador, Phutureprimitive, Thriftworks, Kaminanda, Purity Ring, SaQi, Steve Aoki, Diplo, Minnesota, Supervision, Michael Menert, Eliot Lipp, Govinda, Love & Light, Paul Basic, and many more.

Interactive Roaming Character Work

Choreography, structured freestyle and raw improvisation. We may be isolated, roaming or interacting with attendees, installations and other surroundings. Our characters embody various themes, including psychedelic ninja or elemental protector, or 80’s Bboys & Bgirls. Embodied by specialized costumes, gestures, tasks, movement and dance, our themed roaming characters are non-verbal storytellers. Similar to day roaming characters, our night roaming characters go by the alias The Illuminated G’s––LED-suit dancers who seek to share our light (literally) with intense visual stimulation from world-class, state-of-the-art LED suits. Human/Robot statues, roaming characters, or special creatures with site-specific tasks. 


Synchronized and syncopated dance performance. Our shows have met audiences at events from inside small churches and at Bar/Bat Mitzvahs, to main stages with 10 thousand people in the audience. Cross-cultural events, corporate events, and theater productions ask for this the most. Movment includes street styles such as Popping, Animating, Tutting, Footwork, Experimental, and Breaking. Music accompanied is typically spoken word, or to a predetermined music mix. We offer an eclectic mix of the emotionally-engaging and visually stunning. As we seek to deliver on a deeper level, our works hold messages for healing, inspiration and empowerment. We create the kind of settings that may strike with a melange of the joyous, the silly, the sincere, the dynamically explosive and the harmonic, leaving trails of love, light and awe behind in memory form. Custom choreography requires additional time to conceptualize, create and rehearse the choreography.

The Founding G’s (The GEOs)

And so it is said, they started out as a small group of 5 passionate dancers, each hailing from various professional backgrounds, who felt called to join forces and perform at a transformational festival. They wore several suits other than dancer, as there were five teachers, two healers, a hand balancer, four yogis, an actor, a singer/rapper, a spoken word artist, and a couple university dance professors. Already established in their own careers, they knew it was for a special cause, yet they didn’t know quite what to expect. Guidance brought them to that deciding moment on their first night, backstage, together as a thus far unnamed group. A collection of alike intentions and world views. A local movement that supported THE movement. A collective of conscious movement artists. On that winter night, amidst the permission of their ancestors, guides and angels, The Sacred G’s were born.