Author: Sheryl Ubelacker
December 10, 2014

About a dozen men and women sit around the edges of a spacious room, some perched on chairs, others in wheelchairs, waiting for a special class to begin. A few of these seniors have their eyes closed. Some stare into space. Others have a look of anticipation, as if they’re ready for anything. By the time this 45-minute class at Baycrest Health Sciences in Toronto is over, none will be unmoved or unmoving. 

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