We offer a weekly in person Dance for Parkinson’s class at Godalming United Church, Bridge Road, Godalming GU7 3DT.
These classes are now part subsidised by the Branch and Inclusive Intergenerational Dance (IID) is charging members £40.00 in advance for the next Term (10 weeks).
Each dance class lasts 1 hour and starts with seated exercises working up to standing and travelling dances, offering variations as required.* The aim of the classes is to enjoy dancing, trying different styles, storytelling and creative tasks.
There has now been a lot of research to prove the positive effects of dancing for people living with Parkinson’s, improving balance, gait, fluidity of movement as well as confidence. These regular dance classes offer the participants a great opportunity to meet, connect with each other and express themselves.
For more details contact IID (Kate Finegan) on tel: 07984 791402 or email email@example.com
Dance for People living with Parkinson’s and their carers
Godalming United Church, Godalming on Wednesday 2.00 – 3.00 pm term time.
St Mary’s Centre of the Community, Byfleet on Monday 11.15 am – 12.15 pm term time.
Both classes are followed by tea and biscuits and are open to new members, no previous experience necessary.
The dates for the next two terms are:
14 February. – No Class Half Term
* Please note that this activity is not organised by Parkinson’s UK (company number 00948776). Parkinson’s UK is not responsible for the activity and is not liable for any advice given or treatment received, or for any loss or damage incurred because of attending the activity.