Tune in for a special online event celebrating seniors through dance. June is Seniors’ Month in Ontario, and Canada’s National Ballet School (NBS) is recognizing the incredible community of seniors that participate in NBS’ onsite and online classes while also welcoming new friends. Using your digital device, join seniors across the country for this interactive dance event! The event is one hour long and will include opportunities to dance-along with live accompaniment, interviews and voices of strong and inspiring seniors.
The live broadcast has now ended, but has been saved for you to watch below.
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Dance demonstrations in this event are adapted from:
Sharing Dance Seniors
Developed by Canada’s National Ballet School (NBS) and Baycrest, Sharing Dance Seniors is a safe and accessible dance program that engages older adults in meaningful dance activity that aims to enhance physical, cognitive and overall health and well-being. Learn more.
Dance your way through the summer – from home! Baycrest and Canada’s National Ballet School (NBS) are pleased to offer a free six-week dance course as a first phase of an exciting new pilot this summer, which can be accessed from your home or wherever you are. This set of classes is designed to be accessible for older adults with varying physical and cognitive abilities. Classes are danced entirely from a seated position. Join us this summer in embracing the transformative power of dance!
NBS Sharing Dance Parkinson's
The NBS Sharing Dance Parkinson's Program is specially designed to make dance accessible to people living with Parkinson's disease (PD).
Increasing access to the joys and benefits of dance from coast-to-coast-to-coast through Canada's National Ballet School's (NBS) Lozinski Centre for Community Dance, a visionary gift from Joan and Jerry Lozinski.
Support Canada's National Ballet School
If you are able, consider making a donation to support Canada’s National Ballet School. Your support will help more Canadians experience the power of dance today and into the future.