YMCA St Paul’s Group is delighted to announce that as part of the YMCA Inclusive Lives programme, they will be partnering with world renowned Dance Company BalletBoyz to deliver creative movement sessions for people aged 14+ with a disability.
A final taster session will be held on Wednesday 13 January 2016, 7-8pm. And weekly sessions will be held on Tuesday evenings 7-8pm starting January 19.
The workshops will provide a space for people with disabilities to explore movement and dance, and to get creative and work collaboratively.
Fleur Taylor-Sutton, Creative Learning producer at BalletBoyz, said:
“BalletBoyz is delighted to be working with the YMCA as part of the fantastic Inclusive Lives Project. We are committed to working in and with the local community offering classes that excite, inspire and enthuse and are thrilled to be developing our inclusive strand of work”.
Hayley Turner, YMCA Inclusive Lives Co-ordinator, said:
“We are really excited about working with the amazingly talented BalletBoyz to deliver something new and exciting to people with disabilities in Kingston. We hope to see a lot of people coming along and taking part in this great new project next week”.
The creative movement workshops are part of YMCA St Paul’s Group’s Inclusive Lives project, which enables people with disabilities to make positive lifestyle choices through access to a wide range of health and wellbeing activities.
To book your space for the creative movement sessions, please contact Hayley Turner, YMCA Inclusive Lives Co-ordinator at YMCA LSW.
M 07587 034278
The BalletBoyz studios are located at 52a Canbury Park Road, Kingston upon Thames, KT2 6JX
For further information about YMCA Inclusive Lives, visit: https://ymcastpaulsgroup.org/inclusive-lives/