ANYONE CAN DANCE

Sit Down and Move!

ANYONE CAN DANCE invites you--no matter your age or physical ability, to consider dance as a beneficial and delicious way to recapture your sense of self and have a lot more fun than you have in a long time.

Patterned on the template of Dance for PD®, developed in collaboration between the Mark Morris Dance Group and the Brooklyn Parkinson's Group, ANYONE CAN DANCE is a program for those who never danced before or who don't care if they're doing pirouettes, the Shim Sham or a Bob Fosse jazz routine. These classes begin in a chair, move to a support (a barre or chair back) and then proceed across the floor - with the most varied and eclectic music Judith can offer!

ANYONE CAN DANCE teaches in many communities where couples come to class together. They may be married, partnered, or related (adult child and parent), or they may be neighbors or good friends. It’s useful to have a setting where both can learn to move together - and both can become stronger because of techniques they learn. 

We may all have moments of difficulty with movement, whether it’s getting out of bed, crossing the thresh-hold from one room to the other, or even putting on a coat. This series will teach couples to practice and choreograph movements of everyday life using eye contact, verbal communication and safe movement that progresses from easier to harder.

Contact me through this site if you are interested in joining this program.

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