People in Motion - a dance program created by Melissa Turnage and Cynthia Brennen with a mission to teach dance to senior adults to enhance health, wellness, and overall quality of life.
Come to one of our PIM training seminars!
Saturday, July 14 9am-3pm
Saturday, August 4, 9am-3pm
at The Dance Foundation
1715 27th Court South, Homewood AL 35209
$125, includes lunch
For more information and to register, please contact:
firstname.lastname@example.org; send registration fee payable to People in Motion to:
1604 Frontier Drive, Vestavia, Al 35226. Please include a phone number on the check.
The “People in Motion” dance curriculum is designed to build strength both physically and cognitively and enhance the health and well-being (Mind/Body/Spirit) in senior adults who may face major health concerns such as fall risk, depression, isolation, anxiety and decrease in daily activities as well as senior adults who have a variety of cognitive, physical, and emotional challenges.
About The Teachers
Melissa Turnage has an extensive career developing dance curricula and programs, teaching dance in a variety of settings for all ages and abilities, and most recently is an artist in residence with UAB Hospitals’ Arts in Medicine program. Cynthia Brennan, a registered Nurse, has a wealth of experience in dance as a dancer, teacher and administrator, and is currently a volunteer with UAB Hospital’s Arts in Medicine program.
About The Dance Foundation
The Dance Foundation is a non-profit organization supported by generous corporations, foundations and individuals. We teach 2,000 students each week through our Studio Program and Community Partnership Program. Our studios are also home to dozens of artists and arts organizations for classes, workshops, rehearsals and performances. The Dance Foundation has been a gathering place for learning with and through dance for more than 40 years. The Dance Foundation is a non-profit organization and has been awarded the Standards for Excellence ® Seal.