Chiswick charity Move Into Wellbeing provides four weekly dance, movement, exercise classes for people with Parkinson’s as well as other various mobility restrictions.
The charity is offering residents an open studio day, funded by a National Lottery Community grant, for people to come and meet the team, watch or try a class, and over refreshments, to ask questions and to learn more about the charity’s work.
Saturday 29 February, 3.00-5.00pm, at St Peter’s Hall, Southfield Road, W4 1BB.
As well as working with people with Parkinsons Disease, they also work with people with ME, MS, Dyspraxia, Arthritis, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Early Stage Dementia, and general stiffness, amongst other conditions.
These classes, established by long-term resident Donna Schoenherr, provide life-enhancing exercise through dance and music, and also importantly, serve as a community hub for the attendees and their partners, carers, and friends.
If you’d like to attend, or know of someone who might benefit from this, email
to reserve a place or to find out more information.