Community members, educators, health care professionals, parents, grandparents and mentors are invited to attend an introduction workshop to Rainbowdance, an expressive therapy for kids age 2 to 7 created by Dicki Johnson Macy, founder of Boston Children’s Foundation. This is the arts therapy that is currently being used at Sonoma Charter School for grades K-3.

The interactive workshop, led by Johnson Macy and Hanna Institute Assistant Director Nick Dalton, will cover not only the science and research behind Rainbowdance, but will also include “the experience of enjoying what it is to be a kid again.”

The experiential portion will include music, parachute play, animal improv, and more.

The class will be held on Thursday, June 22, from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Hanna Center Auditorium. Cost is $35 per person, go to www.hannacenter.org/news-events/community-classes.aspx to register.

Space is limited and registration is required.