New dance classes for people living with Multiple Sclerosis.

We are delighted to announce the expansion of our dance health programme with a new class - Elevate.

This pilot programme aims to improve the physical, mental and social wellbeing of people living with Multiple Sclerosis. 

Could this help you, or someone you know?

Come and enjoy dance. These fun classes are a chance for you to explore your creativity, expression, musicality, fluidity, balance and posture. Our highly experienced dance health team will support you, and you are welcome to bring a friend, partner or carer to join in too. Participants can take part seated or standing.

Tuesdays9:45am - 11:15am followed by a social cafe until 11:45am
Wednesdays6:15pm - 7:45pm followed by a social cafe until 8:15pm

WHAT TO EXPECT

  • Relaxed and informal
  • Friendly and fun
  • Learn new skills and make new friends
  • Classes led by experienced dance health artists and accompanied by live music
  • Followed by a social cafe, giving you time to chat over tea and biscuits
  • Please wear comfortable clothing you can move in
  • All levels and abilities welcome

FACILITIES

  • Classes are held in Scottish Ballet's studios at Tramway, Glasgow
  • Fully accessible, lift access
  • Self-contained studio and changing facilities
  • On street parking nearby - Please contact a staff member if you require parking guaranteed

COST

This pilot programme is free.

BOOK NOW TUESDAY
BOOK NOW WEDNESDAY

For more information, please contact dancehealth@scottishballet.co.uk.


Can you help us? We will be working with a research partner from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland to help develop the programme. They may wish to speak to you about your involvement in the class - please note that your participation in this is optional and is subject to your consent being provided. 

Dance classes will also be delivered in Dundee and Orkney later this year – more information will be available soon.

Elevate has been developed by Scottish Ballet in partnership with MS Revive, NHS health professionals, Georgetown University Arts and Humanities Program/MedStar Georgetown University Hospital Department of Neurology and University of Florida Center for Arts in Medicine.


Elevate is supported by

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