Weʼve raised £0 to Fund a Silver Tea Dance or Seated Exercise Session a nursing home, rest home or community centre.
- Closed on Monday, 22nd March 2021
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Pro Dance Services provides Silver Tea Dances & Seated exercise sessions for rest home, nursing home and community centre. These dances are tailored to be fun even if you not able to stand up and dance, with music that's both vintage to trigger memories and new to get the cognitive juices flowing.
It costs a home or community group £25 to have Pro Dance services run a 60 minute Silver Tea Dance or Silver Seated Exercise Session.
Which is were you come in can you help to provide a Tea Dance or Seated Exercise Session for those suffering.
We know we can't go in yet but when this pandemic is over we will be needed more than ever. Your donation will help us with PPE, Travelling Expenses and also provide a Qualified Instructor as well as insurance, PPL licence and equipment.
Research shows that aging adults who participated in some sort of dance regularly were 76% less likely to develop dementia. Dance provides the benefits of
- Aerobic activity, which helps decrease your risk of depression and other chronic diseases.
- Incorporating choreography and music into your exercise triggers memory and forces split-second decision making.
- Exercising these parts of your brain creates new neural pathways, making for a sharper and happier mind.
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Principal of Pro Dance Services. Former Principal of JLC Dance Ltd Over the last 30 years she had run dances and fitness sessions in Blackpool and Preston aiming promote dementia awareness and to help to make dementia house suffering from dementia.