The Parkinson’s Dance class provides a creative, fun and social space where dance sparks imaginations, nurtures expression and empowers our bodies and minds to move and invent as the individuals we are, rather than the condition we have.' Pavilion Dance South West roll-out class.
Taught by experienced Dance For Parkinson's Tutor Liz. Liz is a physio specialising in neurological conditions.
The class is adapted to the ability of the participants in a fun, creative environment and can be done seated or standing. Carers or family members go free and are encouraged to participate.
What to wear and what to bring?
Wear comfy clothes and soft shoes you can move in, if desired. Bring plenty of water! Masks must be worn inside the building, but can be taken off when dancing.
Tutor: Liz Hooks
Liz’s background is a Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist after studying Bsc (Hons) Physiotherapy at Birmingham University. Liz regularly enjoys dancing, baking and keeping fit. Liz has enjoyed a variety of dance styles over the years and currently mostly participate in African Dance. This year has provided Liz with the opportunity to perform at local festivals and carnivals and she brings her experience of performance and differing dance styles into the class room.
Book your space for Parkinson's Dance at Hampshire Cultural Trust's Forest Arts Centre, New Milton now!
Sessions: Monday 2 Aug - 16 Aug, 12pm-12.45pm
Tickets: £4 a session, carers go free, but a donation would be greatly appreciated.
Photo credit: Redmanhatten