11 January - 22 March 2013
Fridays 3.15–4.45pm, followed by 30min social in foyer
Teacher: Sophia Hulbert / Aimee Smith
A fun and therapeutic class with movement specifically designed for the symptoms of Parkinson’s. Carers are invited to watch or join in free of charge.
This class is 1.5 hours in length and is followed by a 30-minute social in the foyer. Suitable for both men and women of all ages and their carers.
Plus! Come and join us to celebrate World Parkinson’s Day on Thursday 11 April from 10am - 5.45pm with a programme of free activities and information, including a panel discussion and various taster sessions.
Please wear suitable attire for the style of dance class you are attending. If this is your first time to class, leggings, light jogging trousers and a leotard, T-shirt or top that allows the instructor to see your alignment is best suited. Please note, we do not allow black-soled trainers or outdoor shoes in our studios because they damage our floors.
Warm-ups are essential to prevent injury and so if you are more than 5 minutes late, you may find that you are not allowed into class.
Individual classes: £5 each and can be booked in advance (recommended) or on the day, space permitting.
Pavilion Passport: A good option if there are several classes that you are interested in, or you want to come to a class every week.
We offer different passport options, available to book from 1 January:
5 Class Passport, valid for 2 months for £22.50 (£4.50 per class)
10 Class Passport, valid for 4 months for £40.00 (£4 per class)
15 Class Passport, valid for 6 months for £52.50 (£3.50 per class).
Book online, in person at reception, or by calling us on 01202 203630.
Info and Advice
Dance, fitness and exercise classes can involve risk of personal injury. While we take all reasonable care in the conduct of our classes, we accept no responsibility for injury caused during classes or while participants are at or near the venue. You (for under 18’s your parent/guardian) are responsible for ensuring that you are physically and mentally fit for the class. During the class you must take care of your own personal safety at all times.