Select Page

SEATTLE FESTIVAL OF DANCE + IMPROVISATION

TRAIN MODULE

July 17 – August 6

The TRAIN Module (formerly Strictly Seattle) is an immersive summer dance experience for adult dancers of all levels from beginning through professional. Immerse yourself into three weeks of daily dance and movement training that will build your dance skills and (re)connect you to your body and community. Daily classes with awesome and supportive local faculty will build stamina, movement skills, and artistry. Then you’ll bring those skills into a new dance creation process led by a local choreographer, culminating in final performances to share with friends, family, and the wider Seattle dance community. Whether you’re a dancer looking to connect to the Seattle dance scene, or someone who has never tried dance but always wanted to, we can’t wait to move with you this summer!

faculty

ZOE SCOFIELD

JARET HUGHES

HILARY GRUMMAN

DANI TIRRELL

MARKEITH WILEY

NOELLE PRICE

JODY KUEHNER

CHARLES SLENDER-WHITE

MARK HAIM

VICTORIA WATTS

CHRIS MONTOYA

SLOWDANGER

faculty

ZOE SCOFIELD

MARK HAIM

NOELLE PRICE

JODY KUEHNER

CHARLES SLENDER-WHITE

DANI TIRRELL

MARKEITH WILEY

JARET HUGHES

VICTORIA WATTS

HILARY GRUMMAN

CHRIS MONTOYA

SLOWDANGER

COHORTS

We call our TRAIN Module levels “cohorts” to get at the group dynamic and relationships created at SFD+I. Your cohort will be your team over the three-week module. You’ll take class together daily while you co-create a new dance piece with a choreographer. Then you’ll share the excitement of being onstage together in the theater, performing what you made together. 

We’ve indicated the general level of dance experience each cohort is designed for, but reach out to us if you have questions or need help picking your cohort.

PROFESSIONAL COHORT

PROFESSIONAL COHORT

The Professional Cohort is for dancers at an advanced-to-professional level of training. Participants have the opportunity to train with Seattle-based artists and build relationships that can kickstart a professional career in this city and beyond. The Professional Cohort is a daytime intensive training experience where you’ll dance all day in challenging morning technique classes, mid-day skill-building labs, and afternoon rehearsal and new-work creation process with one of two choreographers. A casting workshop on July 17 (registration day) will confirm level and casting.

CHOREOGRAPHERS: Zoe Scofield + Markeith Wiley

FACULTY: Hilary Grumman, Jody Kuehner, Charles Slender-White, slowdanger, dani tirrell, + more

CLASS + REHEARSAL SCHEDULE

MON – FRI, JUL 17 – AUG 6 | 12th Ave Arts
9 – 10:45 AM | Technique class
11 AM – 1 PM | Research Lab (M-TH) + Lunch+Learn (F)
2 – 5 PM | Rehearsal

OTHER IMPORTANT DATES

SUN, JUL 17 | 12th Ave Arts
11 AM – 2 PM | Casting Workshop
5 PM | Opening Circle

FRI, AUG 5 | Erickson Theater
8 PM | Performance

SAT, AUG 6 | Erickson Theater
2 PM | Performance
8 PM | Performance
10 PM | Farewell Cast Party

OPEN LEVEL COHORT

OPEN LEVEL COHORT

The Open Level cohort is an evening program for adult dancers with a few years of dance training who want to take their technique and artistry to the next level. This cohort will be a mix of levels, but we suggest participants enroll if they would feel comfortable in an intermediate-level dance class. This cohort is also great if you have a background in dance, but work during the day. Participants take daily classes in contemporary and ballet, and develop a new work in collaboration with one of two celebrated Seattle choreographers. Level and casting will be confirmed in the first technique class on July 18.

CHOREOGRAPHERS: Mark Haim + Noelle Price

FACULTY: Mark Haim, Chris Montoya, + more

CLASS + REHEARSAL SCHEDULE

MON – FRI, JUL 17 – AUG 6 | 12th Ave Arts
6:15 – 7:45 PM | Technique Class
8 – 10 PM | Rehearsal

OTHER IMPORTANT DATES

SUN, JUL 17 | 12th Ave Arts
2-4 PM | Registration
5 PM | Opening Circle

FRI, AUG 5 | Erickson Theater
8 PM | Performance

SAT, AUG 6 | Erickson Theater
2 PM | Performance
8 PM | Performance
10 PM | Farewell Cast Party

Dance Fundamentals: Contemporary Cohort

Dance Fundamentals: Contemporary Cohort

This Dance Fundamentals Cohort is for adult dancers who have no dance experience or less than a year of training. Participants will learn the basics of contemporary and ballet movement and work together toward creating a new work in collaboration with a local choreographer. 

CHOREOGRAPHER + FACULTY: Victoria Watts

CLASS + REHEARSAL SCHEDULE

MON – FRI, JUL 17 – AUG 6 | 12th Ave Arts
9:30 – 11 AM | Technique class
11:15 – 1 PM | Rehearsal

OTHER IMPORTANT DATES

SUN, JUL 17 | 12th Ave Arts
2-4 PM | Registration
5 PM | Opening Circle

FRI, AUG 5 | Erickson Theater
8 PM | Performance

SAT, AUG 6 | Erickson Theater
2 PM | Performance
8 PM | Performance
10 PM | Farewell Cast Party

Dance Fundamentals: Hip Hop Cohort

Dance Fundamentals: Hip Hop Cohort

This Dance Fundamentals Cohort is for adult dancers who want to learn hip hop basics and develop a new work in collaboration with veteran choreographer Jaret Hughes. This fun, high-energy cohort gives participants confidence with hip hop moves and rhythms. 

CHOREOGRAPHER + FACULTY: Jaret Hughes

CLASS + REHEARSAL SCHEDULE

MON – FRI, JUL 17 – AUG 6 | 12th Ave Arts
9:30 – 11 AM | Technique class
11:15 – 1 PM | Rehearsal

OTHER IMPORTANT DATES

SUN, JUL 17 | 12th Ave Arts
2-4 PM | Registration
5 PM | Opening Circle

FRI, AUG 5 | Erickson Theater
8 PM | Performance

SAT, AUG 6 | Erickson Theater
2 PM | Performance
8 PM | Performance
10 PM | Farewell Cast Party

FULL SFD+I PASS

IMMERSE YOURSELF AND SAVE! Buy a pass for the full four weeks of SFD+I and experience it all!

JUL 17 – AUG 14, 2022

TRAIN MODULE | Any Cohort
RESEARCH MODULE | Full Week
SHARE MODULE | 2 tickets to all sharings + performances

$1400

$1740 Value | Save 20%

FULL SFD+I PASS

IMMERSE YOURSELF AND SAVE! Buy a pass for the full four weeks of SFD+I and experience it all!

JUL 17 – AUG 14, 2022

TRAIN MODULE | Any Cohort
RESEARCH MODULE | Full Week
SHARE MODULE | 2 tickets to all sharings + performances

$1400

$1740 Value | Save 20%

REGISTRATION

+ PRICING

HOW TO SIGN UP

Registration for this year’s festival is online through Mindbody. To sign up:

  • Find the option for which you would like to sign up.*
  • Click the sign up button next to that option. 
  • Click next, then sign in with your Mindbody profile or create a new Mindbody profile.
  • Click next, enter your payment information, including selecting the pay-in-full or deposit option, and click check out.

You will immediately receive a confirmation email that your payment has been processed. You did it!

Within seven business days, you will receive a second email from us that either confirms your registration, or asks for more information to finalize your enrollment. 

*Full SFD+I Pass, TRAIN Module (all cohorts), and RESEARCH Module payments include a $250 non-refundable deposit.

PRICING

$1400 | Full SFD+I Pass*

Includes registration for the TRAIN Module (any cohort), RESEARCH Module full week, which includes one 5-day intensive, one 4-day intensive, one 3-day intensive, all workshops, jams, + more, and two tickets to all SHARE Module performances (more information coming soon!)

TRAIN Module Cohorts*

$1050 | Professional Cohort
$750 | Open Level Cohort
$750 | Dance Fundamentals: Contemporary Cohort
$650 | Dance Fundamentals: Hip Hop Cohort

A la Carte (available on July 1)

$18 | Professional and Open Level Drop-ins
$300 | Professional Cohort Research Lab

*Full SFD+I Pass, TRAIN Module (all cohorts), and RESEARCH Module payments include a $250 non-refundable deposit.

Payment Options

To reserve your spot you can either pay in full* or hold your place with a non-refundable $250 deposit. Full payment to confirm your registration is required by June 30.

Registration for a la carte intensives, classes, workshops, and jams in both modules will open on July 1 and spaces will be available on a first-come-first-served basis. To register a la carte you will pay in full, though let us know if you need to discuss a payment plan. 

Please contact Shirley Wong, operations@velocitydancecenter.org, for any questions or clarifications about registration or payment.

*Full SFD+I Pass, TRAIN Module (all cohorts), and RESEARCH Module payments include a $250 non-refundable deposit.

Refund Policy

Velocity’s refund policies were created to offer as much flexibility to our community as possible, while still protecting SFD+I from risk and instability.

The refund schedule for the Full SFD+I Pass, TRAIN Module (all cohorts), or RESEARCH Module is:

  • Before June 30: All registration fees, less the $250 non-refundable deposit, are fully refundable for any reason.
  • After July 1: All registration fees, less the $250 non-refundable deposit, are 50% refundable for any reason.
  • After your first class begins: All registration fees are non-refundable for any reason, including illness or injury.

The refund schedule for all a la carte intensives, workshops or classes (available after July 1) is:

  • After you register: All registration fees are 50% refundable for any reason.
  • After your first class begins: All registration fees are non-refundable for any reason, including illness or injury.

WORK/STUDY

Velocity’s Summer Work/Study program provides the opportunity for participants to receive discounted attendance to the Seattle Festival of Dance + Improvisation in exchange for festival support.

Apply Now

TBIPOC Tuition waiver

As a part of Velocity’s Seattle Festival of Dance + Improvisation we are providing $10,300 in fee waivers to dancers who identify as Transgender, Black, Indigenous, and/or as People of Color, in an effort to shift power to Transgender and BIPOC communities.

Apply Now

COVID-19 SAFETY

Velocity’s priorities are to keep our communities safe, while also encouraging personal autonomy. All of our Velocity team and SFD+I faculty are vaccinated or will participate in ongoing testing. Our masking and vaccination policies will be responsive to case rates in King County.

The studios you will be dancing in at 12th Ave Arts have robust air filtration systems and we will monitor class sizes to allow for adequate distancing. We ask that you consider the risks of contracting Covid-19 if you are immunocompromised, pregnant, or have other conditions that elevate your risks and complicate recovery. If you have any questions, please reach out to operations@velocitydancecenter.org.

FAQ

WHEN IS the train module?

TRAIN Module classes are M – F, July 18th – August 6th. 

There is an opening circle event on July 17th that we encourage participants to attend, and the final performances and sharings of work created by each track are the evenings of August 5 + 6, plus a matinee performance August 6. The final performance will be followed by a closing party. 

There are also events and opportunities to connect with the SFD+I TRAIN community on the weekends.

where are the festival classes?

All classes and events will take in-person at 12th Ave Arts. Click HERE for directions to the studios.

 

How do I access the festival as a drop-in participant?

Advanced/Professional morning technique classes and Intermediate evening technique classes are open for drop-ins. Registration for these classes will be through MindBody, where drop-in participants can register and pay.

Registration for Drop-In classes will open on July 1.

Until then, you can register for the full SFD+I festival or full TRAIN Module above or one of our ongoing classes HERE.

WHAT LEVEL SHOULD I BE IN?

To choose your level, consider the kind of experience you would like to have this summer! The festival ideally offers you a balance between challenges and growth. Talk to a teacher or instructor who knows your dancing well, and have a conversation about what level you would thrive in. Click HERE to visit our cohorts descriptions. 

DOES THE TRAIN MODULE HAVE AN AGE LIMIT?

The TRAIN Module is designed as an adult program, so we set our age minimum to 16 years of age.

If you do not meet the age minimum but still feel this opportunity is where you need to be, please feel free to reach out to Shirley Wong, our Operations Manager, at operations@velocitydancecenter.org

How will PROFESSIONAL/ADVANCED and OPEN COHORT Participants be sorted with Choreographers?

PROFESSIONAL COHORT

On Opening Day on July 17th, Velocity will hold a Casting Workshop from 11 AM – 2 PM, followed by registration. During this casting workshop, the TRAIN choreographers will get to know the TRAIN dancers. Afterwards, the choreographers will select their casts and dancers will be notified the next morning.

OPEN LEVEL COHORT

On the first day of technique class, July 18th, the TRAIN choreographers will observe and get to know the TRAIN dancers. Afterwards, the choreographers will select their casts and dancers will be notified immediately in time for rehearsals.

 

DOES VELOCITY PROVIDE FINANCIAL AID, SCHOLARSHIPS, OR WORK/STUDY?

We’re offering two programs to help make the festival more accessible:

  • We are offering 100% tuition-waivers for the 2022 Summer Festivals to TBIPOC dancers. To learn more and apply, click here.
  • The work/study program is open to everyone, and participants receive a 50% discount to the festival. To learn more and apply click here.

How many people will be in my technique class?

Advanced/Professional and Intermediate classes will have a core group of up to 20 participants each, with drop-in attendees in morning and evening technique classes. Both Dance Fundamentals Cohorts are not available for drop-ins, and have a limit of 15 participants each.

What is Velocity's refund policy for SFD+I?

Velocity’s refund policies were created to offer as much flexibility to our community as possible, while still protecting our beloved SFD+I from risk and instability. 

The refund schedule for the Full Festival Pass, Train Module (all cohorts), or Research Module (full week) is: 

  • Before June 30, 2022 all registration fees, less the $250 non-refundable deposit**, are fully refundable for any reason. 
  • After July 1, 2022 all registration fees, less the $250 non-refundable deposit**, are 50% refundable for any reason.
  • After your first class begins, all registration fees are non-refundable for any reason, including illness or injury. 

**When you purchase a Full Festival Pass, Train Module (all cohorts), or Research Module your $250 deposit is non-refundable. If you pay in full, your deposit is included in your payment, and is still non-refundable. 

The refund schedule for any a la carte intensives, workshops or classes is:

  • After you register, all registration fees are 50% refundable for any reason.
  • After your first class begins, all registration fees are non-refundable for any reason, including illness or injury.

I'm coming to SFD+I from out of town. Do you provide housing options?

To be announced. Velocity has worked with on campus housing at the UW, Cornish Commons, and Seattle University to house SFD+I participants in past years. Due to the uncertainty of 2022, this year’s partnership is still unconfirmed, though we hope to solidify plans soon.

Please email Shirely, at operations@velocitydancecenter.org to be the first to learn more information about 2022 housing options. 

Are the studios accessible?

12th Ave Arts is fully accessible for wheelchairs and walkers. The lobby and bathrooms are at street level, and seating is available without the need for an elevator or stairs. The venue is also equipped with an Assistive Listening Device. For special needs, advanced word to the event producer can help in preparations.

OTHER QUESTIONS?

Contact operations@velocitydancecenter.org

Go back to the top
TRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARETRAIN RESEARCH SHARE