Adult Dance Classes- SUSPENDED
“The health benefits of dancing for seniors range from improving your physical health to creating strong social connections that increase your sense of well-being” (Paljug 2017).
Centenary Uniting Church
46/48 Sorrell street
2020 Term 1: 4 Feb – 7 April
2020 Term 2: 28 April-30 June
Join any Tuesday in the term, FIRST CLASS FREE!
FUN and CREATIVE DANCE classes led by Diane Busuttil. No previous dance experience is necessary!
FORM is delighted to launch dance classes from contemporary to tap, to disco, for adults who are eager to dance in a joyful and creative spirit.
Classes will get the blood flowing and the body dancing. They will include soft stretches suited to everyone’s ability, moving to classic tunes and interacting with other participants in a social setting. Participants will be invited to perform with the over 55s’ dance troup The Feisty Fems & Fellows.
Following their resounding first appearance as part of the 2020 Sydney Festival in PRELUDE, the Feisty Femmes are back with a new performance celebrating NSW Seniors Festival in Riverside Theatres courtyard on Tuesday 10 March, 1:30PM.
“I loved Diane’s over 50 dance classes, They were so important to health and well-being.” (Participant 2018)
What to wear: Comfy non restrictive clothing, soft shoes or bare feet.
Enquiries: (02) 9806 5609 or email@example.com
Subsidised Transport: contact Angela Ostojic-Lopatic, Community Wheels: (02) 88681400
Parking: available at Centenary Uniting Church
Public Transport: Bus stop at Church St before Fennell St (550, 600, 601, 666, 625)
Facilities: Kitchen facilities will be open to participants for a cup of tea or coffee after class.
The venue has ramps for wheelchairs.
Save and book online!
Online booking only: $85* for a 10-class pass
Cash at the door:
$10 per class for casuals (please bring the exact amount)
* Booking fee applies
Diane Busuttil- Lead Teacher
Diane holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Dance from The University of Western Sydney and more recently a Masters Degree from Macquarie University. In 2000, she was awarded a DAAD scholarship to study at The International Women’s University in Germany, where she remained for the next 15 years working in dance theatre and performing internationally with a diverse range of artistic groups throughout Europe, Canada and the USA. Diane also writes, directs and produces short films that have received critical acclaim from various International film festivals.
Since returning to Australia in 2015 to care for her father with dementia, Diane initiated Creative Caring that brings dance classes within reach of all people with chronic movement restrictions, with a focus on community building as well as enhancing health and wellbeing for seniors.