Come experience our therapeutic Music Therapy Movement Program
for persons with Parkinson’s disease!
This is an integrative Music Therapy movement program is specifically designed to address symptoms
of Parkinson’s disease and also other neurologic movement disorders.
This integrative program is based on research and experience designed to help:
improve balance, improve fine/gross motor coordination,
stimulate initiation of movement, reduce rigidity, help improve & coordinate walking gait
and arm swing, and enhance your social support system!
When: Every Friday from 11:15 to 12:15
Where: The Center for Creative Release on 212 Third Ave. (between Thomasville Rd. and North Monroe)
How much: FREE for first class! $3 per class thereafter ($12 monthly package)
Instructor: Peyton Davis, MT, LNMT; firstname.lastname@example.org
**Caretakers and family members are welcome to participate in the fun!!
We are continuing our ballroom dance series and have been having a great time!!
This will continue through the middle of August.
We are fortunate to have Kyle, a professional ballroom dance instructor teaching us beginning skills in foxtrot, waltz, box step, rumba, and tango!
Whether you love to dance or think you lack rhythm…
come surprise yourself at how your body learns to adapt and move!
No prior experience is required to participate! Just come and have a great time!
1. All movement activities are matched to the specific rhythms and carefully selected music to enhance the initiation and coordination of movement.
2. Activities begin with simple, isolated movements to prepare for adaptable, complex movements.
3. All activities are adapted to meet the movement level and skills of each person!
4. AND…WE HAVE A LOT OF FUN!!!!!
Guest instructors are integrated in parts of the class to provide expert guidance
in stretching, formal ballroom dancing, elements of tai chi/qi gong.
Guest instructors: Kyle (Professional Ballroom Dance instructor)
Rose (Yoga Instructor, Personal Trainer)
Louise (Qi Gong Instructor)