Silver Tea Dances
Promoting Dementia awareness through dance
Did you know?
Research shows that aging adults who participated in some sort of dance regularly were 76% less likely to develop dementia.
Dance provides the benefits of
Aerobic activity, which helps decrease your risk of depression and other chronic diseases.
Incorporating choreography and music into your exercise triggers memory and forces split-second decision making.
Exercising these parts of your brain creates new neural pathways, making for a sharper and happier mind.
We provide Silver Tea Dances at your
These dances are tailored to be fun even if you not able to stand up and dance, with music that's both vintage to trigger memories and new to get the cognitive juices flowing.
Not available at the moment due to Covid 19
We provide Silver Dance Exercise Sessions (Seated) at your
These sessions are tailored to be fun and participated from your chair with music that's both vintage to trigger memories and new to get the cognitive juices flowing.
Janet's work with Disabilities and Dementia (through JLC Dance ) in particular has been recognised and written about in the book “The Unlikely Dancer” by Hazel Rae Minnick, as well as having articles in the IDTA Magazine and local newspaper..