This event is cancelled. Since the rapid progression of COVID-19, the City of San Francisco is recommending canceling “non-essential public gatherings” of over 50 people. We may be able to reschedule, but given the current uncertainty, we aren’t in a position to know when.
As for other activities coming up for Joe Goode Performance Group and at the Joe Goode Annex? We are monitoring the situation closely and aligning our response with recommendations from the San Francisco Department of Public Health. We will be in touch as soon as possible as we know more, and we are available to answer any questions or concerns that you may have. Call (415-561-6565) or email ([email protected]).
As an affiliate program of Dance for PD, Joe Goode Performance Group teaches a Dance for Parkinson’s class at the Joe Goode Annex. Our classes are based on the innovative Dance for PD program designed by the Mark Morris Dance Group and the Brooklyn Parkinson Group. Using this method, professional dancers draw on their unique expertise to help people with Parkinson’s Disease and their caregivers engage sight, sound, touch, thought, and imagination to bring control to their movements. Dancing in chairs, at a barre, or standing, experienced teaching artists will lead participants in an enjoyable blend of modern dance, ballet, tap, jazz, and social dancing. While strengthening, balancing, and moving in rhythm to live music, people with PD also experience the power of dance and music to sharpen attention, inspire, and empower.
Suggested donation: $15
By phone: (415) 285-7377
Or email: [email protected]
This class is presented by the PDSF Network and Joe Goode Performance Group. Read more about the program here.