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Monday, 25 March 2019 -
10:30am to 12:30pm

Breathing Space | Huddersfield

Dance with Janetta Maxwell

Bring some laughter into your day in this series of dance sessions where the focus is on nourishing wellbeing and shaking off the cobwebs. There is no attempt to remember steps from previous weeks, learn particular techniques, tire anyone out, or put anyone on the spot – unless you want to.
Enjoy listening and dancing to a wide range of music, from familiar classics to current hits and everything in between.
Absolutely no previous experience, or confidence, is needed; just the willingness to give it a go. Come to one, come to some or come to all.


Breathing  Space offers people with dementia and their family member, partner, carer or support worker a range of creative activities.  It’s proven that taking part in creative activities has positive benefits to mental and physical health and well being.  Participants can take part in weekly group sessions where they can meet people, make friends and have fun.  Sessions include music and song, movement, dance and visual arts.  It’s a place to revisit forgotten stories, songs, creative skills and movement and explore new and exciting ones.  Absolutely no previous experience is needed.

Note: Spaces are now availale in Breathing Space in Huddersfield

Hoot Creative Arts
Bates Mill, Milford Street

All event dates:

Mon 25th Mar 2019 -
10:30am to 12:30pm
Mon 1st Apr 2019 -
10:30am to 12:30pm
Mon 8th Apr 2019 -
10:30am to 12:30pm

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