Dancing with Parkinson’s
The Danielle Teale Dance, Dancing with Parkinson’s programme in partnership with DanceWest, will bring a high quality dance opportunities for people with Parkinson’s, their loved ones, companions, friends and carers in a supportive and sociable environment.
Taking place at the Tabernacle this summer, a series of taster sessions will take place from May to July to introduce you to this exciting programme!
Taster programme dates
Tuesday 21 May 2.30-4.30pm
Tuesday 11 June 2.30-4.30pm
Tuesday 25 June 2.30-4.30pm
Tuesday 9 July 2.30-4.30pm
Tuesday 23 July 2.30-4.30pm
Tabernacle, 34-35 Powis Square, Notting Hill W11 2AY
Further information about the programme: Rosie@dancewest.co.uk.
All Danielle Teale Dance, Dancing with Parkinson’s classes are delivered to live music. Dancing with Parkinson’s encourages a feeling of freedom and joy in movement, expression, laughter, social connection and a sense of contribution to the dance community. Totally inclusive, bringing about a feeling of grace, control and mobility, enabling greater physical and emotional awareness. Dance West and Danielle Teale Dance will be working in partnership to bring creative and artistic opportunities for people with Parkinson's together, including performance projects and the opportunity to connect with the wider dance and Parkinson's community nationally and internationally.
"For the couple of hours a week when I do a dancing class, it’s the closest I come to not having Parkinson’s"
Danielle Teale Dance, Dancing with Parkinson's, photography by Jack Thomson Image Maker