Moving With Music
This is a dance class that has been specially designed for people with Parkinson’s. Classes start with seated exercises to warm up muscles and increase mobility, followed by choreographed movements to well-known songs, and rhythm exercises to improve coordination. Standing exercises (supported by a chair) include modified ballet moves to improve balance, and improvisation for creative expression. Finally, there is simplified dancing in a variety of styles from ballet to Bollywood.
Where: Greenwood Park Community Centre, Tippendell Lane, Chiswell Green, St Albans, AL2 3HW (see map)
When: Tuesdays 11:45am – 1:15pm.
Dates for Autumn 2017: September 12, 19, 26; October 3, 10, 17, (not 24), 31; November 7, 14, 21, 28; December 5.
How much? £5 per session, pay on the door. Dates can change, so don’t forget to check that the class is running on the specified date if you want to come.
For further information contact David Stanfield on 01727 837295 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sessions are delivered by a qualified Dance for Parkinson’s instructor. The Class starts with seated exercises to warm up muscles and increase mobility, and is then followed by choreographed movements to improve coordination and balance.
Where: William Penn Leisure Centre,Shepherds Lane, Mill End, Rickmansworth. WD38JN
When: Thursdays 12:30 – 1:30pm until 30th March 2017.
How much? £3 per session.
Run by Meryl Kiddier, an experienced Ballroom and Latin teacher, Dance for Parkinson’s at the University of Hertfordshire is a fun and relaxed hour long class combining dance with exercises for coordination and balance.
The class is suitable for a range of abilities, and more importantly, no dance experience is necessary! And better yet, there’s tea and biscuits after each session so you can sit and have a chat with everyone else.
The classes run every Friday morning, 11-1pm at the Comet Room, on the de Havilland campus at the University of Hertfordshire (dance class from 11-12).
£7 per session, including bringing a partner, carer or friend.
No booking in advance needed, just come along.
First time attending the class? Join us for a free taster session.
If you fancy giving the class a try, just contact:
Faye Sarron: email@example.com Tel: 01707 285395
Where: Comet Room behind the sports centre in the de Havilland Club. Hatfield. AL109EU
When: Fridays 11:00am – 12:00 noon
How much? Cost is £7 per session, carers are free.
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