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Classes are Tuesdays at 1:00 at Weinberg Village Building 5 in Owings Mills, Maryland.
2017-2018 Schedule - New Weinberg Students welcome anytime!
September 19-October 17, 2017
November 7-December 12, 2017
January 9-February 13, 2018
March 13-April 24 [no class April 3], 2018
May 15-June 5, 2018
Sponsored by Gayle Newman, Weinberg Village Activities Director
Meet GAYLE with Bea, Betty S and Betty M, Bobi, Carole,
Cecilia, Dolores, Dora, Edith, Enner, Fraydel, Jeannette,
Joanne, Iris, Les, Louise, Marie, Melody, Mignon, Mildred,
Nancy, Nate, Rose, San, Shirley, Syree,Teel, Tricia, Walter,
and Everyone

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Ballet Mobile house calls have always included group movement with our audiences to stimulate participation, interaction, and cognitive activity. Now Ballet Mobile teaches ballet classes to these remarkable seniors at Weinberg Village in their own spaces.

- Described in the November, 2016 issue of Dance Studio Life - Read all about it!

"I feel stronger."

"I am very happy to be here."

"I love how I feel after class."

"This class helps me feel better about myself."

"This class makes me aware of myself."

"This class is one of the best things I do."

"I feel better because of this class."
"This is really important in our lives."
"I move better now."
"The most important thing we do in this class is to learn to use the strength and balance we forget we have."

"I feel I have better control of my body."

"I avoided at least two falls thanks to this."

"The exercises we do

come up in daily living"

"I love flowing with the music."

"This has become part

of my life."

"After this class I am upbeat...I love this class."

"This class makes me feel young."

"I can't believe I'm doing all this. It gives me confidence."

the Many Positive Effects of

Ballet and Music on Seniors:

Improving Reaction Time, Posture, Spatial Orientation, Flexibility, Peripheral Vision, Balance, Confidence, Stamina, Coordination, Memory, and Well-Being
Read the 2013 United Kingdom report describing the
scientific foundations
of the benefit of dance for older adults.

In our 4th year of
weekly ballet classes.

This is real ballet with all its cognitive and physical benefits, specially designed to meet seniors' needs.

The program builds on evidence-driven data. 

Helping to prevent falls
and to reduce anxiety.
"How grateful I am for this class and the camaraderie and fun we all have."

"I am so proud that I am able to do this."

"I feel so peaceful."

"I enjoy getting together

and dreaming of dancing."

We honor our

most beloved

former Weinberg Dancers.

"I feel beautiful."

"I am so grateful for the meditations that give me such personal happiness."

"I adore dancing to this beautiful music."

"I forget all my aches and pains."

"I always feel better after this class."

"We are reminded that we can have fun at any age."
"It's fantastic!"

"I love it!"

"This class pushes me to the max, given my age and physical condition. It gives me confidence."

"This class is essential for me."

"What I do in this class helps me to gracefully move my body."

"This class is the highlight of my week."

"What I do in this class helps me let the best of me out."

"I think this class is better than medicine."

"Can't wait for more!"

"When I leave here I have energy."

"This is a very helpful class for

mind, body, and soul."

"This class is needed for all seniors to do something for their bodies."

"This class helps me take care of myself."
BRAVO to our Weinberg Dancers, who performed
 a Lecture-Demonstration at the Rosenbloom Owings Mills
Jewish Community Center's Performa on
Sunday, February 12th!

"These classes are very important for me to maintain my physical integrity."

"I set goals for myself in this class. I dream of dancing."
Excerpts from an Essay by Weinberg Dancer Les Poris, Spring, 2015

"...I received a flyer announcing a class was starting that would improve cognitive memory through exercise...The program involved learning ballet moves...I'm trying to visualize a 6 foot tall gray haired, balding behemoth trying to do delicate ballet moves. That sight was just too funny (or scary) to contemplate. I thought, well I'm here, might as well give it a try...

"Each week...the lessons got a little more intense and, as Renée would say, we were increasing our "cognitive load"..."With a few breaks to hydrate I was getting a 45 minute workout and actually breaking a sweat, not my bones.

"As the weeks went by I felt less rigid and more graceful (I use the word loosely)... My cognitive memory seemed to improve, as far as ballet was concerned. I still couldn't remember why I went from the living room to the refrigerator but ballet was getting to be a fun workout.

"The weeks went by quickly...Renée handed out 'report cards' showing how we improved. I was quite impressed with my progress. I even began to get compliments. 'You look so light on your feet.' 'You are so graceful.' I'm thinking, 'You folks need your eyes checked quickly.'

"I can tell you that my balance has improved, my memory, as it relates to the ballet, has improved, and I am getting exercise. It is a workout and I am having fun..."