Get Moving (16+) - Dance City

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Newcastle Sunderland

Get Moving (16+)

Suitable for people living with Parkinson's
Adult Class
Fri 29 Oct 2021 11:15am
Fri 05 Nov 2021 11:15am
Fri 12 Nov 2021 11:15am
Fri 19 Nov 2021 11:15am
Fri 26 Nov 2021 11:15am
Fri 03 Dec 2021 11:15am
Fri 10 Dec 2021 11:15am
Fri 17 Dec 2021 11:15am
Class times: Fridays 11.15-12.15pm
Please note, everyone who attends including companions will need to book a ticket to account for studio capacity.

What is it? Our Get Moving class is for adults with neurological conditions such as (and not limited to) Parkinson’s. The class has been specially designed to build in a structure which is inclusive, upbeat, fun and creative. The class can be done seated and/or standing and is easily adaptable to a gentle way of getting moving. We move to a range of music through the eras and learn through different dance-based exercises. We also utilise a range of props to help with creativity, focus and performance work.

What should I wear? Comfortable clothing that you can move in.
What do I need to bring? Just some water.

Teacher Molly Grey
Molly is an experienced community dance practitioner based in the north east. She specialises in inclusive dance for those with learning disabilities and those living with neurological and palliative conditions.

Molly has trained in many styles of dance from a young age including tap, ballet, stage and contemporary. Having achieved first class BA (Hons) degree in Dance, Performance and Teaching and a Merit award for PGDip in Community Dance, she brings together an eclectic mix of styles and music to her inclusive classes. Molly’s classes are a safe, fun, and happy space for creative exploration and learning new dance skills.

Molly is currently training to become a Dance Movement Psychotherapist which will in turn help inform the theory behind the specialist classes she teaches here at Dance City.

Please note there is no online version of this class. Please let the Ticket Office know in advance if you have any additional support needs that we can assist with during your visit, by calling 0191 261 0505 or emailing
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