Dance is For Everyone!

Arts & Entertainment
St Thomas Episcopal Church
33 Chestnut St, Camden, ME
Katie Tranzillo
Jan 12, 2017
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Courtesy of: Katie Tranzillo


Dance for Everyone!

A dance program for people with movement challenges

This easy to do dance program is specially designed for people with movement difficulties, because dance is not just for the able-bodied. Everyone can and should enjoy the benefits of dance. Even people with Parkinson’s can dance!


Why dance?

Release tension, increase flexibility, balance, and strength

Experience the way music can help you to move in new ways

Breathe more deeply and vocalize more fully

Gain confidence and feel good about your movement

Connect with others joyfully and creatively

Enjoy a stimulating mental activity that connects mind and body

Increase awareness in your body and how it moves

Feel supported as you explore in a safe and comfortable environment


What participants say:

“You end up doing things you never thought you could do.”

“I have more creativity than I thought!”

“Dancing improves my mood”

“Something truly amazing is going on in here.”

“I felt so at ease, I forgot I had PD.”

“It feels good to move.”



January 12 - March 9, Thursdays, 10:30-11:30


$50/8 weeks. Scholarships and discounts are available. Attend any number of weeks.

Your friend, care partner or family member can share in the fun for free. They benefit too!


St Thomas Episcopal Church, 33 Chestnut Street, Camden. Use the Wood St entrance.



Katie Tranzillo, instructor, 203-915-9371, or katiet

To Register:

Call the Journey to Health Office, 207-921-3950. Or online here

Sponsored by:

Community Health and Wellness, Pen Bay Medical Center