Dance for Parkinson’s

Those with Parkinson’s are invited to come dance with us in our beautiful Park Studios.

No experience is necessary! Dance for Parkinson’s has significant benefits to all ages as it helps increase flexibility and self-awareness by connecting the mind and body.

Class Timetable & Fees

Thursdays | 6:30PM – 7:30PM | £5 per class

Dance for Parkinson’s runs every Thursday during term time only – please refer to our term dates below. Fees are paid termly for 33 classes per year.



What are the benefits?

Parkinson’s disease is a degenerative neurological disease, which means there is no cure, and there is a vast and varied range of symptoms for people suffering with Parkinson’s disease, but dance can really help with slowing down the symptoms by keeping the body and the brain active.

Dance is such a social activity where you can meet other people, and the joy of dancing and working together gives a sense of team work, friendship and camaraderie. These classes are a great way of expressing yourself without speaking. Some of our participants’ symptoms have progressed so they can no longer speak or find it difficult to be heard, so being able to find a new way of expressing themselves through dance gives a great sense of freedom that sometimes their bodies don’t allow. Dance is a creative release and is something most of our participants may have had no previous experience of before. Everyone embraces this and always leaves the class without any preconceptions they may have built up before joining us. For an hour a week they enjoy the liberation of what movement and music gives them.

These sessions are special. They give our participants flexibility, builds muscle strength, helps with balance and co-ordinations skills and most importantly they can help with mental health and wellbeing. So come along and see what a wonderful and inspiring community this is!



All ages and experience are welcome – please fill out the form online and we will be in touch!

If you have any queries regarding Dance for Parkinson’s classes, please email