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Ballet Bellingham

address  1405 Fraser St.
 Bellingham, WA  98229
phone (360) 746-8508

Dance for people with Parkinson's disease and other neurological disorders

Dance for people with Parkinson's disease and other neurological disorders

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What: Dance for people with PD and other neurological disorders Who:  teacher: Pam Kuntz, founder and artistic director of Kuntz and Company and faculty at Western Washington Univeristy accompanist: Evan Ingalls, composer, teacher, and musician, staff at Bellingham Arts Academy for Youth and the Whatcom Hills Waldorf School.  When: Thursdays March 30 - June 1, 10:00 AM-11:00 AM Where: Ballet Bellingham, 1405 Fraser St, Bellingham, WA 98229 Cost: FREE This class is generously supported by a grant from the American Parkinson Disease Association Northwest Chapter and PeaceHealth Medical Group - Neurology How to register: Just show up  This dance class is specially designed for people living with Parkinson’s disease, but caregivers and supporting family or friends are also welcome, as are individuals living with other movement or neurological disorders.  Dance is a fundamental expression of human emotion. Rather than focusing on a particular style, this class will open and utilize participants’ individual movement abilities. The class emphasizes positive qualities of dance: joyfulness, mental activity that integrates physical and cognitive health, excellent full-body exercise, activity that utilizes the senses of vision, hearing, and touch, Inclusive so every person is acknowledged. Questions contact Pam Kuntz at 360-510-4711 or
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Event Info: (360) 510-4711
Ages: all ages
Price: free
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