When: OCTOBER 20th-21st 2018 (from 9:30am to 5pm)
Where: Belgo Building, 372, Ste-Catherine Street West, studio 124
Requirements: training either as a dancer, dance therapist, physiotherapist, ergotherapist, kinesiologist, personal trainer or the like; as well as some teaching skills is recommended.
Based on the most advanced research as to the positive effects of dance, music and of certain specialized types of movement for people with PD, our professionals teach their unique approach which brings together the expertise of dance, dance therapy and physiotherapy. The Parkinson en mouvement's approach fosters improvements in strength, balance, endurance, range of motion, gait and posture, integration of movements and experience useful in daily activities, and encourages creativity, expressiveness and community building. Other core elements include choreography and improvisation integrating principals of LSVT BIG (Lee Silverman Voice Treatments)
The initial Intensive two-day course consists of 15 theoretical modules intertwined with understanding and modules on PD with practical observations of classes and workshops to create model classes. The course work is followed by assistantships in classes (at least 10 hours) and opportunities to integrate and apply the material.
Please write to Tania Lazuk The number of participants is limited.
The life & songs of Paul Robeson were presented at Théâtre Outremont on Tuesday, May 17th 2016 at 19h30 to the benefit of Parkinson en mouvement. For the occasion, Thomas Fox, accompanied by Andrew Cowan on the guitar & piano spoke of & sang tunes made popular by Robeson; and Raymond Cloutier narrated some of the memorable moments of Paul Robeson’s shows in Montreal, including one in a jam-packed Forum!
Over 200 people came to the concert or sent us donations. Sincere thanks to all of you.
A SINCERE THANK YOU TO OUR PARTNERS FOR BENEFIT CONCERT