Plymouth Workshop

I’ll be leading a dance for Parkinson’s workshop alongside dancer and researcher Sophia Hulbert on January 26th in the lovely seaside town of Plymouth at the invitation of People Dancing UK! Please join us.

https://www.communitydance.org.uk/developing-practice/dance-for-parkinsons-partnership

Exploring dance, health and wellbeing: for people living with Parkinson’s – A curious approach

This event is presented by Plymouth Dance in partnership with the Dance for Parkinson’s Partnership UK at People Dancing.

When: Sunday 26 January 2020 9.30am (10am start) – 17.00 GMT
Where: 
Rehearsal Room 01, TR2 (Theatre Royal Learning Centre), 12 Neptune Park, Plymouth PL4 0SJ
Cost: 
Costs range from £40 – £150 for the online course and practical workshop package with substantial discounts for Plymouth Dance members, students and early bird offers (which end on 3 Jan 2020).

A day of adventure, exploration and analysis this workshop, led by Clint Lutes and Dr. Sophia Hulbert (see biographies below), will offer contrasting approaches to this specialist area of dance practice and is suitable for both experienced dance artists and those new to leading dance for people living with Parkinson’s..

• What can ‘dance’ be in this context?
• Exploring where dancers need to be challenged further, what this means to them and how we go about doing this
• The inherent value of creativity and co-ownership: developing imaginative, inclusive and democratic approaches to dancing for people living with Parkinson’s
• Creating a practice, or a way of reflecting on a regular basis, where our participants more actively participate and shape their future development.

Please note that all participants are asked to complete the associated online learning programme assessment – offered by People Dancing/Dance for PD® – prior to attending this workshop.

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