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!

What People Are Saying 

"I am encouraged for my spouse, who has PD. I get positive energy vibes from him. He has a very positive attitude regarding the dance--and he was NEVER a dancer!"  Loretta, 71.

"My body feels lighter each time we do the routine. It loosens me up - I look forward to it."  Mary, 87

"I feel rejuvenated and more alive." Larry, 72.

"Class is lots of fun and binds us all together and lets us know there are others.” Dan, 69.

"Really good experience. The class has made a difference physically and emotionally."  Peter and Joan, 76 and 74.


"Since I started taking class, my mind and body both feel more mobile. I am more coordinated." Gloria, 67.

"The class is easy and fun. I feel very relaxed and good afterward." Peggy, 80.