ZEST: Dance for Wellbeing
Online via Zoom
11am-12pm Tuesdays and Fridays
$5 per class
Register in advance for the next Zoom dance class at the ZEST website.
These classes are designed for adults who want to keep their body and brain active and healthy, regardless of their mobility, skill or age. Feed your body and spirit with music and movement; be physically and mentally inspired and stimulated, have fun, meet some new friends and feel good!
Dance is a unique vehicle, naturally combining multiple approaches to movement and exercise, building confidence and an improved quality of life. Taught by a team of highly experienced and dedicated dance artists, you will experience movement to music, much of it taking place seated in a chair, as you’re guided through a carefully planned program of dance activities.
Due to Covid restrictions the dance classes have moved online. Register in advance for the next Zoom dance class at the ZEST website. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information and a link to join the class. Classes are $5 per participant.
You may want to join us at around 10:50am so we have time to say hello, and you are ready to dance with us at 11am.
If you have not done a Zoom meeting before, here is a link to the basics: How To access a zoom meeting.
Be ready with a stable chair, a cleared space in front of your computer, and on a non-slip floor. Two and four legged friends are welcome to join in also! As usual, please wear clothing comfortable to move in, and have a bottle of water to sip as required. Look after yourself; remember to perform the suggested movement in a way that works best for you, and rest any time you need to.
Any feedback or questions?
Please email us ZESTDWB@gmail.com or call Philip on 0417 417 182.
You can also check out previous online classes from Belco Arts’ 2020 Dance for Wellbeing: For Everyone on YouTube:
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The ZEST program is supported by Belco Arts, Tuggeranong Arts Centre, Parkinson’s ACT and Canberra Dance Theatre, and is a partner of Ausdance ACT. Belco Arts, Tuggeranong Arts Centre and Ausdance ACT are supported by the ACT Government.