Perspectives on Practice: online adventures in dancing with Parkinson’s

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Applying inclusive dance practice to dance for Parkinson’s

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In this online session, Louise Marshall will lead practical activities inspired by her experience of working with diverse groups. The session will illustrate how the same approaches Louise uses for Inclusive Dance can be applied to Dance for Parkinson’s and may offer the opportunity for reflection and extension to familiar practice.

Participants will be invited to discuss how class content can be devised and communicated to be fully inclusive and will be invited to create and share a short activity with the group.

Please note: If you book onto this event and then can no longer attend, we ask that you let us know so we can release the place to someone else as our events sell out and we run waiting lists.

About Louise Marshall

Louise Marshall has been professionally involved in the world of participatory and community dance for over 25 years. Building on her own experience of community projects in Liverpool, she went on to work as a free-lance dance artist in Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire, delivering projects that included in specialist hospitals, adult education centres, schools, care homes and village halls. Louise is currently in her final year of a MEd in Learning and Teaching in the Performing Arts at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.

Since 2001 Louise has led on dance engagement at Eden Court in Inverness. As well as regular classes within the venue has developing and delivering Highland-wide projects for all ages and abilities. Through this work she has been able to Charleston at Dunvegan, Salsa in Fort William, flashmob at Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival and bring hundreds of people together to perform on the Empire Stage as part of The Big Dance Show.

Current projects include Dance for Parkinson’s; a multi-generational and inclusive Community Dance Company; developing young talent with the Eden Court Young Dance Company and SQA Higher Dance qualification; creating performance work with local immigrant communities.

Photo: Ewen Weatherspoon.


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People Dancing is the professional organisation for anyone involved in creating opportunities for people to experience and participate in dance.


We believe that dance can transform the lives of individuals and communities. Our vision is for a world where dance is part of everyone’s life, our mission to make engagement with dance important to individuals, communities and society.

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