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Princeton Dance for Parkinson
DanceVision and The Parkinson Alliance are thrilled to announce the dates for their 2013 Winter and Spring 6-week series. Classes will take place on Wednesdays from 1-2:15pm, at Princeton Dance & Theater Studio (PDT), Forrestal Village, 116 Rockingham Row, Princeton, NJ. The first series of the new year will begin on January 30th and end March 6th. The second series will be from March 27th through May 1st, and the third from May 22nd through June 12th. Classes are offered for FREE, though donations are gratefully accepted. No prior dance experience is necessary, and participants may start classes any time during the series. For more information, please contact email@example.com, or call 609-520-1020.
DanceVision is able to offer these classes for free thanks to generous donations from our supporters. Donations earmarked for Princeton Dance for Parkinson are matched 100% by the Princeton Alliance. Let your money make twice the impact. Click on the link below to donate to Princeton Dance for Parkinson and have your donation matched.
In addition to the Wednesday 6-week series at PDT, DanceVision is simultaneously running monthly free classes in Plainsboro. These free classes are possible thanks to a generous grant from the Church and Dwight Employee Giving Fund. Classes are being held at the Plainsboro Township Municipal Building, Room A/B (641 Plainsboro Road, Plainsboro NJ 08536) on the third Saturday of each month, from 2:00-3:15pm. For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Princeton Dance for Parkinson
Classes are lead by Marie Alonzo Snyder (EdD, MFA), Linda Manheim (MFA, MPA), or Debra Keller (BFA, CMA), all of whom have been specially trained by the Mark Morris Dance Group, Teachers of Dance for PD®, and have continued their training with continuing education workshops. There are currently only 100 active dance teachers in the United States who have been trained in this method of dance therapy.
L to R: Marie Alonzo Snyder (Teacher), Manola Schrier, Gareth and Janet Williams,
PDP classes are offered throughout the year in 6-week series. The weekly 75 minute classes explore elements of movement and dance in a supportive and relaxed environment that feature live musical accompaniment. Many participants have been amazed at how their movements become more fluid and effortless during these inspiring and uplifting classes. Classes are appropriate for anyone with Parkinson's disease, no matter how advanced, and no prior dance experience is necessary.
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