DanceMoves Classes

Aimed at seniors wishing the maintain their overall wellbeing in a safe, inclusive and fun environment. 1 hour of seated to standing movement to an eclectic playlist led by inspiring and encouraging teachers. No previous dance experience is necessary – this class is led by a qualified DHA teacher and is ideal for retirees living independently, all movement abilities are welcome.

TURRAMURRA

Turramurra Uniting Church Hall

10 Turramurra Ave, Turramurra NSW 2074

1 hour: $10 – $15
Wednesday @ 10.am
$10 per class when paid upfront, for a 10-week term, or $15 casual.

Classes every Wednesday during the school term.

Parking available onsite.

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CHATSWOOD

Leap Health and Wellbeing Studio
Ground Floor, Tower A, 799 Pacific Highway (corner, Thomas St, Chatswood

1 hour: $10 subsidies by NSW Government
Thursday @ 10.00 am

Classes every Thursday during the school term

Disabled parking available on request
Paid street parking
Free 2 hours parking Westfield

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Forestville

Forestville Community Arts Centre

6 Darley St, Forestville NSW 2087

1 hour: $10 – $15
Tuesday @ 11.15 am
$10 per class when paid upfront, for a 10-week term, or $15 casual.

Classes every Tuesday during the school term.

Parking available onsite.

REGISTER HERE

MONA VALE

Mona Vale Memorial Hall
1 Park St, Mona Vale NSW 2103

1 hour: $10 subsidies by NSW Government
Wednesday @ 10.00 am

Classes every Wednesday during the school term

Parking available

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AVALON

Avalon Annexe

59 Old Barrenjoey Rd, Avalon Beach NSW 2107

1 hour: $10 – $15
Thursday @ 2pm
$10 per class when paid upfront, for a 10-week term, or $15 casual.

Classes every Thursday during the school term.

Parking available onsite.

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BEXLEY

Miss Fisher’s Ballet Academy

19 Milsop St, Bexley (Carlton Scout Hall).

1 hour: $10 subsidies by NSW Government
Friday @ 11.15 am

Classes every Friday during the school term

Parking available

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“Since implementing the DanceWise DHA program, we have noticed that residents are enthusiastic about participating in the program and for those who cannot clearly enunciate why they want to go to the program will indicate with arms or hands some of the exercises that they enjoy. We have noticed an ease of socialisation particularly after program is completed, where the residents will linger and talk to each other. The music revives memories and they will quite often be singing the melodies long after the program is completed.”

SALLY RULE • CLIENT SERVICES MANAGER AT CRANBROOK CARE