Lemon flagged this up for a five week course last term. I did it and loved it. Below are the details for a ten week course starting in January. 90 minutes may sound long but the class is well paced and very organised. You don’t have to know anything about ballet. Why nott give it a go
Fri 14 Jan - Fri 25 Mar 2022
11am - 12.30pm
£40 for ten weeks
Book your space now for the new ten-week term of Dance for Parkinson’s classes held online, and open to anyone living with Parkinson’s, their families and carers in the United Kingdom.
Our Dance for Parkinson’s classes can help with managing daily living with Parkinson’s – from enhancing fluidity of movement to improving balance. Now is a great time to try them from the comfort of home!
Delivered by English National Ballet Associate Dance Artists and Musicians, these classes will creatively explore the themes, music and choreographic language of the Company’s repertoire.
The 10 week term will focus on Raymonda , a brand new version of the classic story, choreographed by English National Ballet’s Artistic Director, Tamara Rojo. An epic journey of love and courage, Raymonda takes inspiration from the ground-breaking spirit of Florence Nightingale and the women who supported the war effort in Crimea.
Term dates and times
Fridays 14 January – 25 March, 11am – 12.30pm
You will receive the Zoom link the day before the first class from 4pm.
- Friday 14th January
- Friday 21st January
- Friday 28th January
- Friday 4th February
- Friday 11th February
No class 18th February
- Friday 25th February
- Friday 4th March
- Friday 11th March
- Friday 18th March
- Friday 25th March
Please contact us if you have any questions.
Find out more about English National Ballet’s Dance for Parkinson’s programme here. We deliver in-person classes at ENB’s studios on London City Island and in partnership with hub partners: Royal Albert Hall, DanceEast, Merseyside Dance Initiative (MDI), Oxford City Council and affiliated hub partner National Dance Company Wales.
We are delighted that this term of online classes is open to the public: you do not have to be a current member of an ENB Hub to join and we welcome new participants from across the UK.