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 Movement as Medicine Dance Class  (In Person)

April 5 at 2:00 pm - 3:00 PM
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April 5 | 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

This free class incorporates dance and creative movement to address balance, flexibility and spatial awareness with live musical accompaniment. Led by Dr. Suzanne Salapa, Chair of the Valencia College, School of Arts & Entertainment, Department of Dance, this class explores motion. Dr. Salapa has been formally trained by the internationally acclaimed Dance for PD® Program, created and sustained by the Mark Morris Dance Center, Brooklyn, New York. Built upon the fundamental premise that professionally trained dancers are movement experts, the class focuses on stretching and strengthening muscles, coordination, balance, and rhythm. Research has shown that dance enhances the ability to concentrate the mind, body and emotion which benefits our thoughts, imagination, eyes, ears and touch to control needed for our daily lives. Movers and dancers of all levels are welcome. The class is offered once a month in person and once a month virtually. Please join us! To register, email request to [email protected]  

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