Digital dance resources to enjoy safely from your bed or bedside

Scottish Ballet invites you to... 

Connect to dance

Connect to one another 

Connect to yourself

Are you looking for new ways to move?

SB Duet is a digital dance resource for people with reduced mobility to share with their companions or carers.
Watch Scottish Ballet perform before being invited to move your body gently to music. Choose from two 10-minute films as well as two audio resources.  

Duet can be safely accessed by those in bed, at the bedside or seated – in care homes, hospitals or at home. These resources have been created for people living with neurological conditions but can be used by anyone with reduced mobility. As with all SB Health resources, Duet can also be enjoyed independently. 

We are actively seeking your feedback. Your support in our research will help us improve SB Duet and ensure more people can benefit from Dance Health. Let us know what you think.


‘We are delighted to work in partnership with Scottish Ballet and care homes on this very exciting project which will not only support physical activity but also promote wellbeing and help people do what matters to them the most.’

Pooja Gupta, AHP CAPA Lead - Care Home Collaborative


Connect and listen with us

These audio resources will describe beautiful pieces of SB repertoire for you to listen to and enjoy. You will then be invited to gently move your body by following the clear audio guidance.  

For enquiries or to request the resources in downloadable or DVD format, please contact 

Audio Description, Starstruck and Haud Close Tae Me - Emma-Jane McHenry
Guided movement – Tiffany Stott
Music composed and performed – David Farrell 
Sound engineer and editor – Caitlin McKenna

SB Duet audio resources feature excerpts of the following Scottish Ballet repertoire:

Haud Close Tae Me
Directed by Eve Macconnachie 
Choreographed by Christopher Hampson
Poem by Jackie Kay
Soundtrack by Alex Menzie

Directed by Oscar Sansom
Choreographed by Christopher Hampson
Music by Frederic Chopin and George Gershwin 

SB Duet is funded and supported by The Health and Social Care Alliance (ALLIANCE), Baillie Gifford (Scottish Ballet's neurological dance health partner) and trusts and patrons of Scottish Ballet.