As a preventative measure to decrease risk associated with the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), Ruth Davidson Hahn & Company has suspended in-person Dance for Parkinson’s classes until further notice. We are now offering Dance for Parkinson’s weekly remote classes. Registration is required and free.
Please join us for our remote Zoom 8-week Summer 2021 Sessionoffered Mondays 1:30 - 2:30 pm June 7th - July 26th
Ruth Davidson Hahn, professional teacher, choreographer, dancer and a Stanley J. Wertheimer Fellow specially trained in the Dance for PD® method
Zoom – We will be teaching you in your homes from Nebraska Ballet Theatre & School
2620 O St. (map)
Mondays, 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm
June 7th – July 26th
Suggested Donation – $40 for 8-week session or $6 per individual class (there is no class fee, all amounts are a suggested donation, or pay what you can)
Your tax deductible contributions are needed to help us continue our very special work with the Dance for Parkinson’s Outreach Program
Donate By Mail:
Please include your name, address and email address when mailing your donation. Please mail your donations in the form of a check or money order made out to Ruth Davidson Hahn & Company to:
Ruth Davidson Hahn & Company
P.O. Box 83672
Lincoln, NE 68501
To register or for more information:
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“Dear Ruth and team, I watch Paul’s back straighten, his posture improve, as he dances with you in your Zoom classes. He is mentally engaged, and so motivated to participate in your class. Thank you so much for working on flexibility, movement, musicality, expression, and voice. Getting out of the chair has become very difficult for him and your ascending and descending from the chair dances have helped him with this task as his Parkinson’s battle continues. We both look forward to the engagement and interaction, and mental as well as physical involvement. Again, thank you so much for this opportunity to dance with you on Zoom!” Paul and Carol Glancy, Dance for Parkinson’s Participants
Why Dance for PD®?
- 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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