Creative Aging- Dance for Parkinson’s

 

Join us for
A Dance for Parkinson’s Master Class
Tuesday, December 14
1pm – 2:15 pm

Instructor: Sharon Epstein

This master class will be taught in connection with The Eglevsky Ballet’s presentation of the THE NUTCRACKER .
All participants will be eligible to purchase $11 tickets to the matinee performance on December 17.

Tilles Dance for Parkinson’s sessions are open to any individual with Parkinson’s disease, anyone with limited mobility, and caregivers. No previous dance experience is necessary.

Participants must register in advance & show proof of vaccination upon arrival. Masks are required at all times. Class takes place in the Goldsmith Atrium (Tilles Center lobby). To register and for more information, call 516-299-2388 or email stephanie.turner@liu.edu

 


Recent data reflects that dance is beneficial for Parkinson’s disease patients. Activities improve balance, mind-body connection and provides social support. 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.

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.