Let's Dance: A Dance Programme for Museum Movers of All Abilities

Manchester Museum partners with Dance Practitioner and Culture Champion Hazel Roy to offer a series of fun, uplifting and age friendly online Dance Lessons.

Dance at any age is a great way to tune up the body in a creative and fun filled way. It also helps to build stamina and to increase joint flexibility.

 

We believe that there is no ‘right’ way to dance and that everyone can enjoy and benefit from dance whether they are 9 or 90 years old.  We also believe that dance is not just about movement, but about telling stories, that´s why our lessons offer endless opportunities for self expression, navigating lots of dance styles in the same class –samba, tango, classical, jazz, reggae, motown, World music…

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Inspired by stories from the Museum's collections, we ensure that the pace changes to suit individuals needs and include a number of seated dances.

 

Ever wondered if you could do the Can-Can or a Line Dance sitting down? Well you can!

 

At the end of each class there will be some time for relaxing and participants will have the opportunity to share their ideas and music suggestions for future classes.

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The Museum “Let’s Dance” Programme takes place on Thursdays, 11am-12pm.  There are 25 spaces available per session.  The next available dates are:

-Thursday 23 September

-Thursday 30 September

-Thursday 7 October

-Thursday 14 October

-Thursday 21 October

-Thursday 28 October

For more information and to book a place, please email maria.ramosacevedo@manchester.ac.uk or text 07818 578 474

Read more about ​Hazel Roy - Programme facilitator here.

    

* If you have health or mobility issues please check with your GP that it is safe for you to participate in dance prior to booking.

What an uplifting way to spend the morning!