Please join us for our ten week Summer 2024 Session
offered Wednesday 1:30 - 3:00 pm May 29th - July 31st

Taught by:
Ruth Davidson Hahn, professional teacher, choreographer, dancer, a Stanley J. Wertheimer Fellow specially trained in the Dance for PD® method, and specially trained with Lifetime Arts, national leaders in creative aging program development

Where: NEW LOCATION
Nebraska Ballet Theatre & School
5601 S. 59th St. Suite A (map)
Lincoln, Nebraska 68516

When:
Wednesdays, 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm
May 29th – July 31st

Price:
$50 for 10-week session or $6 per individual class (drop-ins welcome), caregivers, spouses and partners welcome free.

Your tax deductible contributions are needed to help us continue our very special work with the Dance for Parkinson’s Outreach Program

Click here to donate.

To register or for more information:
Call 402-540-1242
or email ruth@rdhdance.org

Why Dance for Parkinson’s?

  • Dance develops flexibility and instills confidence.
  • Dance is first and foremost a stimulating mental activity that connects mind to body.
  • Dance breaks isolation.
  • Dance invokes imagery in the service of graceful movement.
  • Dance focuses attention on eyes, ears and touch as tools to assist in movement and balance.
  • Dance increases awareness of where all parts of the body are in space.
  • Dance tells stories.
  • Dance sparks creativity.
  • The basis of dance is rhythm.
  • The essence of dance is joy.

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Sponsored by:

Dance for Parkinson’s in This Little Light of Mine: choreography – Ruth Davidson Hahn, sung by – Sonia Selbie

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Dance for Parkinson’s in Crane Dance: choreography – Cherie Toubia, Music – Tom Nauman

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Presented in Lincoln by:
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Support for this program was made possible through grants from:
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This project was supported [in part] by the Nebraska Arts Council, which receives support from the State of Nebraska and the National Endowment for the Arts.

Dance for Parkinson’s is the intellectual property of Ruth Davidson Hahn & Company