Wheelchair & Disabilities Dancing: Combi Dancing comes to the Midlands
Living with a physical disability? In a wheelchair? Using a walker? Think you can’t dance? Think again—and try a lesson with a ballroom dance teacher who is certified by American DanceWheels in the Wheel One Wheelchair Dance Syllabus and trained in the DanceAbility method.
Dance sessions focus on you and what you can do. You’ll learn such ballroom partner dances as Rumba, Waltz, Foxtrot, Swing, Shag, and Cha Cha. What’s more, you’ll improve your balance, flexibility, strength, posture, and confidence. And you'll have a great time doing it. For further information or to schedule your complimentary first lesson, call or text (802) 328-0100. Bring a standing partner if you wish.
About the instructor: A former dance therapist, Zan is a longtime dancer and dance teacher. She is trained in the DanceAbility method for working with people of various abilities and certified by American DanceWheels to work with wheelchair-bound people. In addition, she is a member of the International Association for Dance Medicine and Science and the American Dance Therapy Association as well as a certified life coach. She has an MFA from Vermont College of Fine Arts.