This autumn The Point has programmed a range of inclusive, accessible classes suitable for all ages.
The Point’s autumn season is packed full of bespoke dance, theatre and wellbeing classes including weekly Dance for Parkinson’s, Introduction to Meditation and Yoga.
Dance for Parkinson’s invites people living with the condition to The Point for a weekly dance class in a friendly, supportive and safe environment. Families and carers can share in the creativity and joy of movement for free and tickets are just £3.50 for participants. The course runs on Thursday’s, 2.15pm to 3.45pm.
Introduction to Meditation offers a guided session providing the opportunity for participants to learn basic mediation techniques that serve to cultivate a spacious and balanced mind. This course, which runs on Mondays at 6.15pm to 7.15pm throughout autumn, is led by The Point’s Agent for Dance Inclusion Suna Imre. With years of experience in practicing and teaching Meditation, Suna will guide students through a beginners practice, encouraging the cultivation of mindfulness.
Throughout the season the venue’s Agent for Dance Excellence – and expert teacher – KJ Mortimer will lead Vinyasa flow Yoga sessions on Monday evenings, 6pm to 7pm. On Wednesday afternoons at 12.15pm teacher Lee St. John will lead students in a Mixed Level drop-in class priced at just £6. The practice of yoga promotes a healthy, happy lifestyle through a full-body workout, presented at a pace to suit all levels.
Alongside the new series of tailored wellbeing classes, The Point offers an array of dance classes for different ages and abilities including Adult Contemporary, Classic Ballet and Next Step Dance Company. All courses are led by trained professionals in a friendly, relaxed environment.
To find out more about the wellbeing classes taking place this term speak to one of the team at The Point on 023 8065 2333; you can also book on to any of the courses offered this autumn here.