Have you ever wanted to learn how to dance?

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Two adult dancers sitting on the floor with two children with cerebral palsy, practising hand movements.
 
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We’re calling all-ability dancers to attend a workshop in the September holidays.

New York actor/dancer, Gregg Mozgala who has cerebral palsy and our very own Australian dance talent and disability support practitioner, Catherine McNamara will co-teach a week of all-abilities dance workshops at Cerebral Palsy Alliance this September.

They will share their fun and innovative dance techniques based around imagination and exploration of movement.

Gregg trained intensively for a year with internationally renowned choreographer Tamar Ragoff, preparing for a dance role in the stage production, and now documentary, “Enter the Faun.”

Catherine, is an independent performer and maker who has a passion for creating dance and drama with, and for, people with different abilities.

Now Gregg and Catherine are combining their talents to offer Cerebral Palsy Alliance and our community this exciting opportunity.

Workshop dates and times:

Weekday sessions – Monday 26th to Friday 30th September 2016

  • Morning sessions 9am – 12.30pm – children aged 5-12 years old and 13-20 years old.
  • All at Allambie Heights

 

  • Afternoon sessions – Adults 21+ – 2pm – 3.30pm
  • Monday – Lifestyles
  • Tuesday – St Ives
  • Wednesday – Lifestyles
  • Thursday – St Ives
  • Friday – St Ives

Venue:

Sports Hall, Cerebral Palsy Alliance, 187 Allambie Road, Allambie Heights NSW 2100

St Ives CAS, 6 Stanley Street, St Ives NSW 2075

Lifestyle CAS, 187 Allambie Road, Allambie Heights NSW 2100

 

Cost:

5 day workshop – $75

1 day workshop – $20

Register your interest without delay

We expect the workshops to be very popular. As places are limited please register your interest in this exciting opportunity by Friday 16 September 2016.

Please contact Gemma Lamerton at  glamerton@cerebralpalsy.org.au or 02 9975 8970