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Welcome to Musical Moving,  Dance for people with Parkinson's 

Musical Moving is delighted to announce that, from September 2019, its classes will be funded by Wimbledon Guild and Kentish Town Improvement Fund.  Both organisations have hosted and supported the development of our classes over the past ten years.

Wimbledon: Follow this link to register for Dancing with Parkinson's or to get further details:       This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Kentish Town: Follow this link to register for Dance for Parkinson's or to get further details: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Please get in touch if you would like to attend a class.

Joanne and Anna are delighted to let you know they will continue to teach and manage the classes that will be part of these two dynamic community organisations.

Have a great summer!

Musical Moving celebrates 10 years of dancing with people with Parkinson’s

 

A specially designed dance class for people living with Parkinson’s. The classes, which have been running since 2009,  take place in a warm supportive environment where participants come together to find joy, beauty and expression in movement. Live music creates an energetic and dynamic atmosphere in which to dance.

Carers, relatives and friends are welcome.

We have two classes in London in Wimbledon and Camden.  The classes are led by Joanne Duff and Anna Gillespie. Our aim is to bring the joy of dance to people living with Parkinson's. j

No previous dance experience required.

See CLASSES for more information.

Musical Moving

We meet at two London venues:

Kentish Town Health Centre, Kentish Town > Monday afternoon

The Wimbledon Guild, Wimbledon > Wednesday afternoon


See “LOCATION” for Class details

Registered Charity number 1146338


Musical Moving is part of the Dance for PD membership programme and is a founding member of the Dance for Parkinson's Network UK