This tango class is new as of January 2018. Supported by the American Parkinson Disease Association, the class teaches tango as an exercise for improving movement and balance for adults with Parkinson’s Disease. Through musicality and movement of Argentine Tango patterns, you are taught to become more aware of your center of balance and body movement while having the enjoyment of dancing.
Students must able to walk onto the dance floor to join the class. No previous experience in tango or any other form of dance is necessary. The class is open for anyone from a beginner through experienced dancer along with their partners. Bringing a partner is preferred but not necessary.
Through a grant from the American Parkinson Disease Association, the class is free.
Tango for PD
Every Wednesday, 2:15-3:45pm (Class is cancelled around holidays)
Stanford Neuroscience Health Center
Wellness Room 1511 (main floor)
213 Quarry Road, Palo Alto, CA 94304
Either register in advance or just show up