Seniors in Studio —
QB Friends $14
4 CLASS PACKAGE
(This package is only available for Dance for Parkinson’s)
10 CLASS PACKAGE
Concession $ 136
QB Friends $119
30 DAY MEMBERSHIP
QB Friends $124
Dance for Parkinson’s Guest/Carer Free (One carer/supporter admitted per paying participant)
Cash, credit cards and EFTPOS payments accepted.
Thomas Dixon Centre
Cnr Drake Street & Montague Road, West End
All courses must be booked online.
Classes can be taken on a walk-in basis.
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As we get older, keeping our bodies strong and agile is more important than ever. Our Senior sessions are a great way to increase fitness, stamina and find a new ‘happy place’ with friends.
Come ready to sweat and feel empowered with this modified version of the hugely popular Zumba.
This class is a great cardio workout designed especially for seniors, one that will enhance flexibility, balance and conditioning.
Ballet For Seniors
Feel better, think better, live better – with ballet. This gentle class is especially tailored for Seniors, with a focus on improving poise, core strength, memory and mobility.
In 2017 Ballet for Seniors was the subject of a research study conducted by Queensland Ballet in partnership with Queensland University of Technology and supported by the Queensland Government's Advance Queensland initiative. Findings show that Ballet for Seniors led to positive wellbeing outcomes particularly: feeling more energetic/animated, keeping in shape, bodily control/awareness, posture, flexibility, physical wellbeing, and overall wellbeing. Find out more here.
An ancient practice for a modern world, enjoy this gentle class combining fluid movement and breathing exercises to help improve circulation and balance while stretching out stiff, tired muscles.
Dance for Parkinson's
Queensland Ballet is the first dance company in Australia to offer specialised classes for people affected by Parkinson’s Disease (PD). This highly successful program helps participants re-connect with their power and grace in classes that focus on fitness, fun and creativity. All levels of mobility are welcomed, as are carers, partners and friends.
Research suggests dance can improve cognitive performance and reaction times, making it a useful treatment for a number of conditions, including arthritis, dementia, depression and PD.