I am not sure what you find silly in the questions, Pokermid, or why you think the moderators can answer them better than the person advertising the classes.
My husband always loved dancing and I have learnt to check with the organisers before taking him along to dance sessions.
He found it humiliating when we went along to a ballroom dancing class on a cruise and he couldn't cope with the pace or the crowd of dancers.
On the other hand we enjoyed 10 sessions run at our local Dance Studio for older people with mobility problems.
The sessions began with seated warm-ups and each week we learned a short sequence of different styles.
We finished with a seated cool-down session.
The experience was lovely and catered for various difficulties.
As the poster has advertised on this site over a number of years, I wanted to check it was Parkinson's friendly before urging our dance providers to look at the possibility of arranging a square dance in our area.
Yes, PWP can make their own minds up, but they need info to do that.
You may be well enough to turn up and have a go at mainstream sessions with leaders who are not catering for mobility problems but we need to know that we are welcome and will be able to take part.