instructor of dance class with participants around her

Dance with Parkinson’s – In-person Sessions in Winchcombe & Tewkesbury


Abbey Fields Community Centre
Back Lane
GL54 5QH

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Sarah Hartley runs face to face dance classes for those living with Parkinson’s, in two locations in Gloucestershire (term-time only):

Mondays – Abbey Fields Community Centre, Back Lane, Winchcombe GL54 5QH 2pm – 3.30pm

Tuesdays – Priors Park Community Church, Queens Rd, Tewkesbury GL20 5EY 11am – 12.30pm

For more details, phone 07894 500969, email or keep up to date by liking our Facebook page

Run by Community Dance Lead, Sarah Hartley, this class is a supported session for those living with Parkinson’s. Dancing can bring a whole host of benefits, improving balance, co-ordination, posture and strength whilst also helping to release stress and anxiety. It helps us reconnect with our bodies, and makes us feel more upbeat and positive, generating a feeling of contentment – something those living with Parkinson’s may feel they have lost.

The classes runs weekly (apart from school holidays) and are an opportunity to have fun at a friendly, uplifting, sociable class. No experience is necessary and you can join in at whatever level you can, going at whatever pace suits you.

Why not come along for a taster session and meet Sarah and the group? New starters can currently have TWO free sessions thanks to funding from The National Lottery Comunity Fund.

A family member, friend or carer is welcome to come along too (and join in!) for free – although a donation into the refreshments tin is much appreciated.

For more information or to book into the class, please call Sarah on 07894 500969 or email