As a preventative measure to decrease risk associated with the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), Ruth Davidson Hahn & Company is suspending Dance for Parkinson’s classes until further notice. Click here to read the full announcement.
Please join us for our ten week Winter/Spring 2020 Session offered Mondays 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm February 3rd - April 6th
Ruth Davidson Hahn, formerly of the Mark Morris Dance Group, is a professional teacher, choreographer, dancer and a Stanley J. Wertheimer Fellow specially trained in the Dance for PD® method.
Nebraska Ballet Theatre & School
2620 O St. (map)
Mondays, 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm
February 3rd – April 6th, 2020
Additional classes will be added for snow days
Ten class series $50, anything over $50 is a tax deductible contribution (Please make checks out to Ruth Davidson Hahn & Company)
Caregivers, spouses or partners free, drop-ins welcome
Because Ruth Davidson Hahn & Company is a non-profit organization we need to raise funds for our Dance for Parkinson’s program. Your tax deductible contribution is greatly appreciated.
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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.
DANCE FOR PD is a Registered Service Mark of Mark Morris Dance Group and Brooklyn Parkinson Group
Dance for PD® class Photo by Johan Henckens/MMDG