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UK or online dance classes for people living with Parkinson's

Find a Dance for Parkinson's class in your area or online using the listings below

Dance classes and groups run throughout the UK. They are usually open to friends and carers, as well as people with Parkinson's. It's always best to contact the group leader before going to your first class.

If you can't find a class in your area, please contact parkinsonsdance@communitydance.org.uk.

If you run a class and would like it to be listed, click the button below and complete the online form. Please note: You will not be contacted once your class is listed so please update us via the email above if your class details change. 

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East

Dance for Parkinson's, Tring Park School for the Performing Arts, Mansion Drive, Tring, HP23 5LX

Thursdays (term time) 6.30pm | £5

Dance class specifically design for people with Parkinson's. These classes are led by dancer, Kezia Jolly. 

Find out more: Kezia.Jolly@tringpark.com |  Tring Park School of Performing Arts


Dance and Parkinson's, Copperdot Studio, the Old Church Hall, NR14 8SX

Thursdays 10.30am - 11.30am |

Dance and Parkinson’s Norwich has been established since 2011. The company has returned, it has gathered some momentum and added some new ingredients and is growing roots at Copperdot. The offering is an extended practice of dance, involving task specific training, preparation for choreography, company class alongside performance projects and other opportunities.
We are welcoming people with other neurological challenges.  Please contact Rachel directly via the website to discuss the suitability of the class for you and how you can join.

Find out more: copperdotstudio@gmail.com | 07968994116 | https://www.copperdotstudio.co.uk


Midlands

Dance for Parkinson's at the HubNavigation Wharf, Carre Street, Sleaford, Lincolnshire, NG34 7TW

Mondays (term time) 11.15am - 12.15pm | £5 (carer attends for free)

These relaxed dance classes focus on posture, strength, co-ordination and balance for people living with Parkinson’s, their family and carers. Classes begin seated, later moving to standing and travelling exercises. The whole class can be done seated if desired and adaptations are offered throughout to suit different individuals. Refreshments are provided and we would be delighted if participants would join us for this directly after the session.

Find out more: dance@hub-sleaford.org.uk www.hub-sleaford.org.uk


Dance for Parkinson's NottinghamSt Judes Church Hall, 405 Woodborough Road, Mapperley, Nottingham, NG3 5HE

Thursdays 11am - 12 pm followed by refreshments and cake.

Anyone with Parkinson's and their partners, friends and carers are welcome. The class is for all ages and abilities, you don’t have to have done any dance before you come. Wear comfortable shoes and clothes you can move in. Bring a water bottle

At present booking is not required, it is helpful if we know you are coming, do just come turn up on the day.

Find out more: ktsclass1@gmail.com | 07824906317


Moving TogetherBlurton Community Hub, Ingestre Square, Finstock Avenue, Blurton, Stoke-on-Trent, ST3 3JT

Mondays 3pm - 4pm | FRONTLINE dance offer a 'Pay What You Can' donation policy

Moving Together is for those with long-term health condition's to move together with others whilst reaping the benefits it has to offer in a relaxed and enjoyable way. Standing and sitting options. Suitable for Parkinson's, MS, Stroke, Cancer and Rheumatoid conditions. Register via this link: forms.office.com/r/GNkw8KE7y6

Find out more: hello@frontlinedance.co.uk | 07484 874335 | frontlinedance.co.uk/health


Moving Together, Tunstall Methodist Church. Queen's Avenue, Tunstall, Stoke-on-Trent, ST6 6EE

Tuesdays 1.30pm - 2.45pm | FRONTLINE dance offer a 'Pay What You Can' donation policy

Moving Together is for those with long-term health condition's to move together with others whilst reaping the benefits it has to offer in a relaxed and enjoyable way. Standing and sitting options. Suitable for Parkinson's, MS, Stroke, Cancer and Rheumatoid conditions. Register via this link: forms.office.com/r/GNkw8KE7y6

Find out more: hello@frontlinedance.co.uk | 07484 874335 | frontlinedance.co.uk/health


Moving Together, Northfield Centre, Magnolia Avenue, (Off Cooperative Street) Stafford, ST16 3DU

Thursdays 1.30pm - 2.30pm | FRONTLINE dance offer a 'Pay What You Can' donation policy

Moving Together is for those with long-term health condition's to move together with others whilst reaping the benefits it has to offer in a relaxed and enjoyable way. Standing and sitting options. Suitable for Parkinson's, MS, Stroke, Cancer and Rheumatoid conditions. Register via this link: forms.office.com/r/GNkw8KE7y6

Find out more: hello@frontlinedance.co.uk | 07484 874335 | frontlinedance.co.uk/health


North West

Connect & Flow - Chorley, Dance Studio, Primrose Gardens Residential Village, Fleet Street, Chorley PR7 2EE

Thursdays 2pm - 3.30pm | £3 

Connect & Flow sessions are specifically designed for the Parkinson's community. They offer safe and welcoming spaces, a flow between structured choreography, dance improvisation, body sensing and awareness, and collective moving and witnessing. 
Together, these elements enhance creativity, self-efficacy, and participation, with benefits to wellbeing. Refreshments follow every class. 

Find out more: ac.annecallandar@gmail.com


Connect & Flow - Lancaster & Morecombe, St. Luke's Church Hall, Shady Lane, Slyne, Lancaster LA2 6JG

Fridays 1pm - 2pm. Group meets for refreshments & information from 12pm | £3.50

Connect & Flow sessions are specifically designed for the Parkinson's community. They offer safe and welcoming spaces, a flow between structured choreography, dance improvisation, body sensing and awareness, and collective moving and witnessing. 
Together, these elements enhance creativity, self-efficacy, and participation, with benefits to wellbeing. Refreshments follow every class. 

Find out more: Patricia Howard, path1946@live.co.uk


Connect & Flow - Preston, Dance studio (ground floor), The Media Factory, Kirkham St, Preston PR1 1JN

Wednesdays (term time) 2pm - 3pm | £3.50

Connect & Flow sessions are specifically designed for the Parkinson's community. They offer safe and welcoming spaces, a flow between structured choreography, dance improvisation, body sensing and awareness, and collective moving and witnessing. 
Together, these elements enhance creativity, self-efficacy, and participation, with benefits to wellbeing. Refreshments follow every class. 

Find out more: lpmdanceforhealth@gmail.com | lpmdance.com/preston-moves


Dance and Movement for Parkinson's, The Beck Community Centre, Esthwaite Avenue, Kendal LA9 7NZ

Wednesdays 1.30pm - 2.45pm | £5 

Specialist Dance and Movement for Parkinson's sessions led by Dance Artist Daphne Cushnie. These classes are subsidised by the local Parkinson's society. 

Find out more: daphnecushnie@yahoo.co.uk | 07580243127


Dance for Parkinson's, Stretford Public Hall, Chester Road, Stretford, M32 0LG

Wednesdays 12pm - 1pm | Voluntary donation please. Cost must not be a barrier! 

A variety of dance styles including Latin and Ballroom and many others. Much of the session is seated, and members participate at a level they are comfortable with. These fun and friendly classes are led by Dance Artist, Lewis Bailey. No booking required, contact Lewis via email if you want more information. 

Find out more: lewis.bailey47@googlemail.com


Moving to Music, Christ Church Rooms, South Street, Cockermouth CA13 9RU

Wednesdays 2.30pm - 4pm | £2 to cover tea and biscuits

A light hearted approach to moving (and exercising) to some well known songs from a variety of genres.  Where appropriate there is opportunity to learn and enjoy some easy partner dances. You are welcome to come on your own or with someone.  A warm open and friendly group. Doors open 15 minutes before the class starts. 

Find out more: gillgreenhalgh@tiscali.co.uk | Jim Samson 01900 828098 | Gill Greenhalgh 01900 267051


Moving Together (for all neurological conditions), Neurodropin, Torrisholme Methodist Church, Norwood Drive, Lancaster & Morecambe LA4 6LT

Tuesdays 12.00pm - 1pm | Please contact the staff at the Neurodropin for classes prices

Connect & Flow sessions are specifically designed for the Parkinson's community. They offer safe and welcoming spaces, a flow between structured choreography, dance improvisation, body sensing and awareness, and collective moving and witnessing. 
Together, these elements enhance creativity, self-efficacy, and participation, with benefits to wellbeing. Refreshments available before and after every class. 

Find out more: hello@neurodropin.org.uk | 01524 840 762 | neurodropin.org.uk


Scotland

Dance For Parkinson's - Inverness, Eden Court, Bishops Road, Inverness, IV3 5SA

Thursdays (term time) 2.00pm - 3.15pm | Free (donations welcome)

Friendly, informal dance class, with live music, focusing on imagery and expression to access a greater range of movement. A lovely class with a social time including a cuppa and cake. No need to book. 

Find out more: lmarshall@eden-court.co.uk | 01786 466666 | eden-court.co.uk/event/dance-for-parkinsons-1


Dance For Parkinson's in Moray - Forres Town Hall, 51 High Street, Forres, IV36 1PB

From April 2024: Wednesday afternoons, 1.30pm, weekly | £5 (includes entry for a family member/carer)

This is a welcoming class for anyone who is part of the Parkinson’s community, whether you have a diagnosis or are supporting someone living with Parkinson’s. No previous dance experience is necessary.  There are always options to take part in ways that best fit our own bodies and how we are feeling. 
The class will always start seated and finish with a tea break! Structured to warm the body gently and to encourage a sense of flow, helped by music we enjoy.  We take time to learn new routines. And we build our skills together, supporting each other. We often laugh when things go wrong and encourage a sense of play.

Find out more: ruth@dancenorth.scot | 01309 691991 | dancenorth.scot


Dance For Parkinson's - StirlingCochrane Hall, West Stirling Street, Alva FK12 5LJ

Wednesdays 10.00am - 11.30am | £5 per ticket (includes entry for a family member/carer)

Using the themes and movement from current productions, specially trained Dance Artists lead participants to develop movement skills with particular focus on the fluidity of movement, balance, coordination, expression, posture, and rhythm. The classes also include activities focused on problem-solving, improvisation, vocal skills, repetition from memory, and multi-tasking, which are all key areas for people with Parkinson's.

Face-to-face classes feature live music accompaniment, with time for participants to socialise afterward with tea and coffee.

Find out more: connie.rideout@macrobertartscentre.org | 01786 466666 | www.macrobertartscentre.org


Dance For Parkinson's Scotland, Scottish Ballet, 25 Albert Drive, Glasgow, G41 2PE

Tuesdays 11am | £5 per session, paid upfront for a term of 8 to 10 weeks.

Classes last around 1 hour and 30 minutes and include a variety of seated and standing movements. Each class is led by a team of dance health specialists and volunteers and is accompanied by live music. You are welcome to bring a friend, partner or carer to join in free of charge.

Face-to-face classes feature live music accompaniment, with time for participants to socialise afterward with tea and coffee.

Find out more: dancehealth@scottishballet.co.uk | 07731 692 967 | www.scottishballet.co.uk/parkinsons


South East & London 

Dance Exercise, Holy Trinity Church Hall, Gateway Close, Northwood, Middlesex HA6 2RP

Wednesdays 11am - 12pm | £3

Keep fit and improves co-ordination using rhythmic movement to music, especially tailored to counter Parkinson's symptoms.  Specialist qualified instructor.

Find out more: learningmoves.uk@gmail.com | 07771 872592


Dance for Parkinson's - Winchester, Badger Farm Community Centre, Badger Farm Road, Winchester, Hampshire SO22 4QB

Fridays 1.45pm - 3.00pm | £6 per class payable in blocks of 5/6 sessions

A carefully crafted dance class for people with Parkinson's in and around Winchester. Discover the uplifting joy of dance while improving posture, mobility, balance & co-ordination. No previous dance experience is necessary. Led by an experienced, qualified dance instructor.

Please book your free try out session by email or phone before coming to the hall.

Find out more: bryettdanceschool@gmail.com | 01962 863061


Dance with Parkinson's - Brighton, Dorset Gardens Methodist Church, Dorset Gardens, Brighton, BN2 1RL

Mondays 2pm & Wednesdays 10.30am | £5

Dance class for people with Parkinson's. Everyone welcome - friends, family and partners.  A one hour class with refreshments afterwards. These fun sessions are led by Lynn Staff. 

Find out more: lynnastaff100@gmail.com | 07939 040014


Dance with Parkinson's - Lewes, The Trinity Centre, St John's Sub Castro, Lewes, BN7 2QA

Fridays (term time) 1.30pm - 2.30pm | £5

Dance classes for people with Parkinson’s led by Katherine Le Roux. All welcome, including partners, carers and friends. No dance experience required! Café on site – a chance to have a tea and chat afterwards. 

Find out more: info@katharineleroux.co.uk | 07938 036009 | www.katharineleroux.co.uk


Dance4Fun, Barn Meadow Community Hall, Old Amersham, Buckinghamshire, HP7 0ER

Thursdays (term time) 11.15am - 12.15pm | £4 per person, £6 per couple (cost may vary over time)

A dance class for people with Parkinson's, their carers, family and friends, focusing on the aesthetic and imaginative aspects of dance to a wide range of music and movement styles. In a supportive and friendly environment we aim to challenge our bodies to move positively in different ways. No previous dance experience required, and all movements can be danced seated if needed.

Find out more: Lesley Shaw 01753 400 147 | www.parkinsonsAHW.org.uk


Dancing with Parkinson's, Wimbledon Guild, 44 St George's Road, Wimbledon, SW19 4ED

Thursdays 12.00pm - 1.15pm | £7

A dance class for people with Parkinson's, their carers, family and friends, focusing on the aesthetic and imaginative aspects of dance to a wide range of music and movement styles. In a supportive and friendly environment we aim to challenge our bodies to move positively in different ways. No previous dance experience required, and all movements can be danced seated if needed.

Find out more: activities@wimbledonguild.co.uk | 020 8946 0735


Popping For Parkinson's ®The Wimbledon Club, Wimbledon, London, SW19 5AG

Thursdays 7pm -  | Free of charge

Learn a fun and energetic dance style known as "Popping"! Dance students living with Parkinson’s find that Popping improves their body control and reduces the tremors associated with the condition. You can experience the style’s therapeutic effects by coming to our London face-to-face classes. The class will consist of a warm up, a demonstration of the basic principles, a choreographed combination, a freestyle session, and a cool down. It will revitalize your energy and stimulate your creativity!

Find out more: info@poppingforparkinsons.com | 07587913212 | www.poppingforparkinsons.com/workshops


South West

Dance and Connect, Aylburton Memorial Hall, Knapp Lane, Alvington, Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, GL15 6BH 

Wednesdays, 10.30am - 11.30am | First session FREE. £3.50 afterwards payable in blocks of 5. Payment is rolled over if participants miss a session.

Offered by the Community Wellbeing Service, Forest of Dean District Council, this is a fun movement to music session for people living with Parkinson's. Followed by a cuppa and chat. Please contact Erica (Rikki) Sheppard to book.  

Find out more: erica.sheppard@fdean.gov.uk | 01594 812398 / 01594 812447 | 


Dance for Parkinson's ExeterRiverside Leisure Centre, Cowick Street, Exeter, EX4 1AF

Tuesdays, 11am - 12noon | £6 

A dance session for people with Parkinson's and their partners or carers. It's a class for any age and any ability. We have a variety of music and dance styles. Some dances are seated and some standing, but all can be adapted to stay sitting if needed. We are a friendly, fun group, and it's a chance to get to meet up and chat (we have coffee after).

Find out more: jackiesclass53@gmail.com | 07866 163887 | danceforparkinsonsexeter.co.uk


Dance for Parkinson's - Fresh Arts, Coniston Community Centre, The Parade, Coniston Road, Patchway, Bristol BS34 5LP

Fridays (term time) 10.30am - 12noon | Donations welcome 

Fresh Arts, the Art Programme for North Bristol NHS Trust, offers a weekly Dance for Parkinson's group for people living with PD and their carers, in the Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire area. The group offers fun, gentle exercise class with dance movement specifically designed for the symptoms of Parkinson’s including warms up and cool downs, choreographed pieces, face and voice work, pass the move and playful activities to support wellbeing while living with PD.  

Find out more: fresh.arts@nbt.nhs.uk | 07554 334 828 | www.nbt.nhs.uk


Music & Movement (Dance for Parkinson's), Neuro Wellbeing Centre, Bradbury House, Swindon, SN5 7ER

Fridays (term time) 1.30pm - 2.30pm with Tea & coffee until 3pm | Free to Swindon Parkinson's UK members 

A seated movement class to support those with Parkinson's, exploring different styles of music and dance, through fun, interactive movement and exercises. There is also the option to come to standing and travelling for those who feel confident in doing so. 
The class often finishes with creative group exercises! At the end of the session, join us for Tea/Coffee and biscuits - a great way to get to know people and find out more about the Swindon Parkinson's UK group. 

Find out more: Abbie.Biscoe@swindondance.org.uk | 01793 601700 | www.swindondance.org.uk/education-and-community/projects


Parkinson's Dance, Pavilion Dance, West Over Road, Bournemouth, BH1 2BU Dorset

Fridays, 2.30pm - 4pm | £6 (carer attends for free)

Established in 2012, this weekly fun Friday Parkinson’s Dance class supports those living with Parkinson’s to enjoy the creative benefits of dance. The class is taught by a special duo of Parkinson's Dance teachers and there is always a social cuppa in foyer beforehand.

Find out more:  lisa.lort@pdsw.org.uk | 01202 203630 | www.pdsw.org.uk/take-part/health-wellbeing/parkinsons-dance


Wales

Active Dancing with Parkinson's, Rubicon Dance, Nora Street, Cardiff, CF24 1ND

Mondays (term time) 12.45pm - 1.30pm | £4.50

Rubicon Dance's new Active Dancing with Parkinson's session is for people who want a more intense and challenging session than a standard Dance for Parkinson's class, with an array of seated, standing and even floorwork options. It is aimed at people with Parkinson's that lead an active life, including those with Young Onset. All content in the session will be modifiable and tailored to each participant to ensure a fun experience for all. Refreshments served after the class. Contact Sophie at Rubicon dance to register. 

Find out more: info@rubicondance.co.uk | 029 2049 1477 |  www.rubicondance.co.uk


Dance for Parkinson's - National Dance Company Wales, Pontio, Bangor University, Deiniol Road, Bangor, LL57 2TQ

Tuesdays (Term time) 1.30pm - 2.45pm | £3.50 (first session free)

Our classes aim to improve mobility and speech in those living with Parkinson's through movement and vocal exercises accompanied by live music. Most people joining have no dance experience, and it really isn't needed to enjoy and benefit from the class.
Classes start with seated warm-ups before moving onto valuable skills such as rising, walking without stopping and fluid movement for those who are able. We usually end with a song, a coffee and a social chat over biscuits.

We are an affiliated hub of English National Ballet’s (ENB) Dance for Parkinson’s programme which enjoys close links with Parkinson’s UK and the European Parkinson’s Disease Association EPDA and our artists have completed specialist training with ENB.

Find out more: info@pontio.co.uk | 01248 382828 | www.ndcwales.co.uk


Dance for Parkinson's - National Dance Company Wales, Blackwood Miners' Institute, High Street, Blackwood, NP12 1BB

Wednesdays (Term time) 1.45pm - 3.00pm | £3.50 (first session free)

Our classes aim to improve mobility and speech in those living with Parkinson's through movement and vocal exercises accompanied by live music. Most people joining have no dance experience, and it really isn't needed to enjoy and benefit from the class.
Classes start with seated warm-ups before moving onto valuable skills such as rising, walking without stopping and fluid movement for those who are able. We usually end with a song, a coffee and a social chat over biscuits.

We are an affiliated hub of English National Ballet’s Dance for Parkinson’s programme which enjoys close links with Parkinson’s UK and the European Parkinson’s Disease Association EPDA and our artists have completed specialist training with ENB.

Find out more: artsdevelopment@caerphilly.gov.uk | 01495 224425 | www.ndcwales.co.uk


Dance for Parkinson's - National Dance Company Wales, Dance House, Pierhead Street, Cardiff, CF10 4PH

Thursdays (Term time) 2.00pm - 3.15pm | £3.50 (first session free)

Our classes aim to improve mobility and speech in those living with Parkinson's through movement and vocal exercises accompanied by live music. Most people joining have no dance experience, and it really isn't needed to enjoy and benefit from the class.
Classes start with seated warm-ups before moving onto valuable skills such as rising, walking without stopping and fluid movement for those who are able. We usually end with a song, a coffee and a social chat over biscuits.

We are an affiliated hub of English National Ballet’s (ENB) Dance for Parkinson’s programme which enjoys close links with Parkinson’s UK and the European Parkinson’s Disease Association EPDA and our artists have completed specialist training with ENB.

Find out more: info@ndcwales.co.uk | 029 2063 5600 | www.ndcwales.co.uk


Dance for Parkinson's - National Dance Company Wales, Awel Y Mor Community centre, Hutchwns Terrace, Porthcawl, CF36 5TP

STARTING JANUARY 2024! Sundays (Term time) 3.15pm - 4.30pm | £3.50 (first session free)

Our classes aim to improve mobility and speech in those living with Parkinson's through movement and vocal exercises accompanied by live music. Most people joining have no dance experience, and it really isn't needed to enjoy and benefit from the class.
Classes start with seated warm-ups before moving onto valuable skills such as rising, walking without stopping and fluid movement for those who are able. We usually end with a song, a coffee and a social chat over biscuits.

We are an affiliated hub of English National Ballet’s (ENB) Dance for Parkinson’s programme which enjoys close links with Parkinson’s UK and the European Parkinson’s Disease Association EPDA and our artists have completed specialist training with ENB.

Find out more: info@ndcwales.co.uk | 029 2063 5600 | www.ndcwales.co.uk


Dance for Parkinson's - National Dance Company Wales, Coleg Cambria - Yael site, Grove Park Road, Wrexham, LL12 7AB

Mondays (Term time) 1.00pm - 2.15pm | £3.50 (first session free)

Our classes aim to improve mobility and speech in those living with Parkinson's through movement and vocal exercises accompanied by live music. Most people joining have no dance experience, and it really isn't needed to enjoy and benefit from the class.
Classes start with seated warm-ups before moving onto valuable skills such as rising, walking without stopping and fluid movement for those who are able. We usually end with a song, a coffee and a social chat over biscuits.

Find out more: performing.arts@cambria.ac.uk | 0300 3030 007 | www.ndcwales.co.uk


Strictly Parkinson's, Wesley Hall, Builth Wells, LD2 3AR

Thursdays (Term time) 10.30am - 12.00pm | Free to attend (donations welcome)

A caring and sociable group organised though South Powys Parkinson's UK. We have been running for 10 years. Each session includes a chance to chat over tea, creative movement to suit a broad range of people in a supportive, fun and inclusive environment. Activities are seated and/or standing depending on your preference. The session is for all those impacted by Parkinson's including family and friends. It is informed by up to date research and approaches in dancing with Parkinson's.

Find out more: hwilson@cardiffmet.ac.uk | 07748 977 525 | 


Online Classes

Connect & Flow

Days and times to be confirmed soon | £3.50

Connect & Flow sessions are specifically designed for the Parkinson's community. They offer safe and welcoming spaces, a flow between structured choreography, dance improvisation, body sensing and awareness, and collective moving and witnessing. 

Find out more: melliebeing@gmail.com


Dance for Life & Health

Mondays & Tuesdays 11 am | Thursdays 2 pm | £20 per month 

Led by dancer Janice Fraser, from Perthshire this class consists of 30 minutes of moving to music covering all aspects of body and mind health. Balance, strength, mobility, breathing and coordination. 
Seated or standing, gentle or vigorous both are fine all options given. Support and encouragement given by this lovely group.

Find out more: danceforlifewithjanice@gmail.com


Dance For Parkinson's Scotland, Scottish Ballet

First Friday of the month 11.30am - 12.45pm | £5 per session

Zoom classes - for full details of dates these sessions run and to book Scottish Ballet's website. 

Find out more: dancehealth@scottishballet.co.uk | 07731 692 967 | www.scottishballet.co.uk/parkinsons


Popping For Parkinson's ®

Tuesdays 5pm | Free of Charge

Learn a fun and energetic dance style known as "Popping"! Dance students living with Parkinson’s find that Popping improves their body control and reduces the tremors associated with the condition. You can experience the style’s therapeutic effects from the comfort of your own home. The class will consist of a warm up, a demonstration of the basic principles, a choreographed combination, a freestyle session, and a cool down. It will revitalize your energy and stimulate your creativity!

Find out more: info@poppingforparkinsons.com | 07731 692 967 | www.poppingforparkinsons.com/workshops


Dance Exercise

Thursdays 2.30pm - 3.20pm | £11 per month by subscription

Keep fit and improves co-ordination using rhythmic movement to music, especially tailored to counter Parkinson's symptoms.  Specialist qualified instructor. Mainly seated movement to music. Weekly Thursdays, 2.30-3.20pm via Zoom. Payment gives access to recordings and other types of exercise class.

Find out more: learningmoves.uk@gmail.com | 07771 872592


Take Your Seat

Days and times to suit group 

Take your seat! Seated dance sessions with expert qualified and experienced dance leader Samantha Jennings BA RAD S PGCE MSc (mental health and wellbeing in education). Please contact in the first instance by email with the size of group, best time, demographic, how many participants to design a bespoke class for you. 

Find out more: sam.dancemakers@gmail.com |