ZEST: DANCE FOR WELLBEING

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Photo: Lorna Sim

ZEST: Dance for Wellbeing classes are designed for adults who want to keep their body and brain active and healthy, regardless of their mobility, skill or age. Come along and feed your body and spirit with music and movement; be physically and mentally inspired and stimulated, have fun, meet some new friends and feel good!

Dance is a unique vehicle, naturally combining multiple approaches to movement and exercise, building confidence and an improved quality of life. Taught by a team of highly experienced and dedicated dance artists (Jane Ingall, Jacqui Simmonds, Philip Piggin, Debora di Centa and Amy Macris), you will experience movement to music, much of it taking place seated in a circle of chairs, as you’re guided through a carefully planned program of dance activities.

 

Belconnen Arts Centre

Dance for People with Parkinson’s

Tuesdays 1.15pm to 2.30pm

Dance for All

Fridays 12-1pm

Tuggeranong Arts Centre

Dance for People with Parkinson’s

Wednesdays 11.15am to 12.30pm

All classes:

$12 per class or $100 per ten week term

Pay at class or contact the teachers at ZestDWB@gmail.com

ZEST: Dance for Wellbeing is supported by Ausdance ACT, Belco Arts, Tuggeranong Arts Centre, and Parkinson's Canberra ACT.