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Dance for People Living with Parkinson’s
September 24 @ 2:00 pm - 3:15 pm
An event every week that begins at 2:00 pm on Tuesday, repeating until September 24, 2019
Dancers’ Workshop is excited to host a three-week dance workshop for the local Parkinson’s community. The workshop is free of charge to people living with PD, their caretakers, spouses, family and friends. All are encouraged to attend – no dance experience is required.
Instructor Robin Paulson has completed a Dance for PD training and leads this workshop in a fun, supportive environment. Participants are able to move at their own pace and, for standing portions of the class, there is always an equally engaging seated option.
September 10, 17 & 24
See registration, parking and attire suggestions next.
Please register in advance so that the teacher and support staff can prepare. Click the event link or go to dwjh.org/workshops to register in advance.
The workshop takes place in Dancers’ Workshop Studio 3, located on the 2nd floor of the Center for the Arts. There are two entrances to the Center for the Arts. The addresses are 240 South Glenwood (west side of the building) and 265 South Cache (east side of the building).
The public parking garage on Simpson is convenient and helps with limited street parking. It is located 1/2 block east of the Center for the Arts, across from SpringHill Suites by Marriott (garage entrance is on Millward). Drivers are welcome to drop off any participant at the Center for the Arts entrance (wheelchair accessible) before parking, then join each other at the entrance to go to the dance class together.
Comfortable street clothes are perfect. Most participants wear socks or go bare foot. If more supportive footwear is needed, shoes are welcome. If you wear shoes in the dance studio, please make sure the soles are clean.