DANCE CLASS FOR PEOPLE WITH PARKINSON’S
SAN FRANCISCO BALLET'S Dance CLASS For PEOPLE with Parkinson's
San Francisco Ballet, with support from generous donors, the Parkinson's Foundation and Kaiser Foundation, offers a dance class specially designed for people with Parkinson’s.
These classes emphasize large balletic movements and integrate modern, folk and social dance and are designed to honor PD–specific concerns such as balance, flexibility, coordination, isolation, and depression.
Class can be done entirely in a chair, or students may choose to progress to standing movement supported by holding a ballet barre or free–standing in the center of the room. At the end of class, all are welcome to join our after–class informal social gathering.
2022 WINTER SCHEDULE
Monday Class on Zoom 2:00–3:00 PM
Saturday Class in Studio* 1:30–2:45 PM
* Proof of COVID-19 Full Vaccination and matching photo ID required for studio classes at SF Ballet, 455 Franklin Street, 94102. More information here: sfballet.org/safety.
Classes are taught by Lead Teacher Cecelia Beam, Master of Science in Ballet and Faculty Member for Adult Ballet classes at San Francisco Ballet School. Classes are free-of-charge and are to live piano accompaniment.
Spouses, family members, friends, and caregivers are all welcome. For more information or to register, contact Cecelia Beam at firstname.lastname@example.org. No previous dance experience is required. Wear loose and comfortable clothing.
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