IN-PERSON DANCE FOR PARKINSON'S CLASSES ARE BACK!

RECONSIDER OMC'S RE: ROSAS! PROJECT THAT LINKS TOGETHER PARKINSON'S COMMUNITIES FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD.

THIS PROGRAM IS SUPPORTED BY A COMMUNITY GRANT FROM THE PARKINSON'S FOUNDATION

ALSO SPONSORED IN PART BY THE ARTS COUNCIL OF GREATER BATON ROUGE AND THE PARKINSON'S FOUNDATION.

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"Develop flexibility & confidence.

Break isolation.

Focus attention to

assist in movement

and balance.

Increase awareness of the body in space."

 

SUSAN PERLIS, INSTRUCTOR

Dance for Parkinson's empowers participants to explore music and movement in ways that are stimulating and refreshing.  These classes are designed for people with Parkinson’s Disease and their companions, offering a fun and creative outlet in the form of dance.

The lead instructor, Susan Perlis, has taught dance for the past 50 years and has trained at Dance for PD workshops by Mark Morris Dance Group. 

WHO:

Join us in a fun, inclusive, and creative environment appropriate for all ability levels.

Classes are FREE and open to anyone with Parkinson’s Disease, their friends, family, caregivers, and anyone who wants more movement in their life. 

WHEN:

Thursday mornings

9:30am - 10:45am

WHERE:

Powell-Moise School of Dance

2016 Perkins Rd.

Baton Rouge, LA 70808

WEAR:

Anything you feel comfortable moving in!

Move With Us Anytime

Taught By Susan Perlis; Supported by The Parkinson's Foundation

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Through support from the Parkinson’s Foundation,

Dance for Parkinson’s - Baton Rouge classes are free

for patients and caregivers.