Sessions for Adults who have had a Parkinson’s, Stroke or Cancer diagnosis.

We now run three NEW Moving Together sessions for Adults who have had a Parkinson’s, Stroke or Cancer diagnosis.

Our ‘Moving Together’ programme is designed to provide an opportunity for those who have long-term health conditions to move together with others whilst reaping the benefits it has to offer in a relaxed and enjoyable way. These new groups have been created solely for those who have had a Parkinson’s, Stroke or Cancer diagnosis. It is unique to the local area, and FRONTLINEdance are seen as specialists. We’ll be combining physical, social, and mental health interventions whilst creating a rich new supportive community for each attendee to be part of.

Parkinson’s – TUESDAY’s 1:15pm-3:15pm in Burslem,  at the Swan Bank Centre. To attend please Register

Cancer – FRIDAY’s 10am-12pm in Trent Vale, at the St John’s Centre. To attend please Register

Stroke – FRIDAY’s 1pm-3pm in Trent Vale, at the St John’s Centre. To attend please Register

BENEFITS OF TAKING PART: FRONLTINEdance participants and our partners (including NHS staff feedback) echoes that of national and international researchers. This means that we are confident that our MOVING TOGETHER PROGRAMME’S methodology, style and approach supports the health, wellbeing, and independence of those who take part. We know that Moving Together offers an effective means of improving, and maintaining, each individual and the collective group’s wellbeing. It may help establish supportive relationships, and process thoughts and feelings that are often difficult to articulate or move beyond. It leads to more self-management, more peer support. 

Find out more about how dance can help with Parkinson’s Disease and other conditions.

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