Dance for Parkinson’s Programs
Each series of classes offers a variety of styles and specialized instructors. Participants will dance at their own pace and may sit or stand during each class.
All sessions are open to any individual with Parkinson’s disease, anyone with limited mobility, and caregivers.
No previous dance experience is necessary.
Classes take place on Fridays from 12 PM – 1:15 PM in the Goldsmith Atrium at Tilles Center.
Session I: September 6, 13, 20, 27
Session II: February 7, 14, 21, 28
Session III: July 10, 17, 24, 31 & August 7
Lucrecia Venosta | David Leventhal | Sharon Epstein | Nathan Blake
Lucrecia Venosta: ACE and AFAA certified Group Exercise Instructor, Health Coach, Personal Trainer, Senior Fitness and International Zumba® Education Specialist (ZES™). Lucrecia’s classes will offer a blend of Latin and international rhythms.
David Leventhal: Program Director and founding teacher of the Mark Morris Dance Group’s Dance for PD® program. David is a multi-award winning professional dancer and facilitates classes for people with Parkinson’s disease around the world. Classes will explore a variety of styles and genres.
Sharon Epstein: MS, E-RYT, YACEP, acclaimed yoga teacher, dance movement therapist, and health coach. Sharon’s classes will explore movement themes, rhythms and patterns to promote self-awareness, self-expression and joy.
Nathan Blake: Graduate from Hofstra University and dance instructor for over 25 years. Nathan’s classes implement his unique brand of Urban Groove Therapy which is rooted in soulful, international rhythms.
REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN FOR ALL SESSION.
TO REGISTER, DOWNLOAD AND COMPLETE THE REGISTRATION FORM and return to: Oktavia Kiss, Arts Education Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org. For questions, call 516.299.3966. Registration is free, limited and first-come-first-served.
Attendance at these events is free thanks to the generous support of Dance Party for Parkinson’s.
Community Wellness Initiatives are supported, in part, by The Diane Goldberg Foundation.