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“This conference will bring together the dance and health sector in Bristol to explore how dance can be used as a strong tool for wellbeing in a range of health settings.
Thursday 2nd is aimed at Dance Practitioners with an exciting range of masterclasses from established leaders delivering dance in a wide range of health and wellbeing contexts. It will also see the launch of a brand-new Dance and Wellbeing Practitioners Network, an opportunity for local practitioners to support each other, share best practice, lobby, share concerns etc.
Friday 3rd September will bring together health care professionals and the dance and wellbeing sector to share best practice, explore pathways into delivering dance on prescription as part of a social prescribing offer and work together to move the Dance and wellbeing agenda forward in Bristol.
Guest Speakers include:
Ian Rodley – Director, Dance Action Zone Leeds
Dr Richard Kimberlee - Senior Research Fellow, UWE; The Social Prescribing Network, SW lead TBC
Colette Brown - Social Prescribing Team Leader (Southmead Development Trust)
Barbara Disney - Director of creative Shift (Bristol Arts on Referral Programme)
Yael Owen-Mckenna – Programme Manager – Live Well and dance with Parkinson’s - People Dancing
Working with people living with dementia
Working with intervention in the stroke community
Delivering Dance with Parkinson’s
Dance for women living with Cancer
And much, much more.
Pay What You Can
We believe everyone has a right to access and experience art and culture. We understand that personal financial barriers can affect this access. We also believe in the value of artists and cultural makers who should be paid appropriately for the incredible work they do. Our Pay What You Can scheme allows you to choose a ticket price that fits with your current circumstances. Prices range from £8 -£35 (exclusive of booking fees). The ticket price includes lunch and refreshments and a performance sharing at the end of the day.”