Author: Age Cymru
Published on 23 May 2014 10:00 AM
Wales’ first ‘parkour’ workshops for over 50s come to the Wales Millennium Centre on 30 May as part of Age Cymru’s Gwanwyn Festival.
‘Parkour’ is physical fitness and movement originating from France.
ParkourDance have taken this to a new level with their gentle sessions for older people.
Welsh residents can take part in these free innovative and fun sessions specifically designed for the over 50s as part of the Gwanwyn Festival.
Age Cymru’s arts festival Gwanwyn, meaning ‘spring’ in Welsh, celebrates creativity in older age, offering greater opportunities for older people in the arts.
Creating a fun space for older people, ParkourDance lead these innovative and gentle sessions that bring together a mix of yoga, dance and ‘parkour’.
Emma Robinson, Gwanwyn’s Coordinator says;
“We’re so excited to hold Wales’ first ‘parkour’ sessions designed specifically for older people as part of the Gwanwyn Festival.
“These free classes are taught in a fun relaxed manner but encourage participants to challenge themselves to explore their surrounding physical environment.
“Be a part of these innovative and fun dance workshops, enhancing your wellbeing as well as being a fun space to meet other people.”
Take part on Friday 30 May at Wales Millennium Centre, with each session tailored to beginners and those with dance experience.
11am – 12:30pm, Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff Bay
Aimed at complete beginners but who are still physically active
2pm – 3:30pm, Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff Bay
Aimed at those with some movement/dance experience
Take part in these free sessions by contacting the Gwanwyn team on 029 2043 1540 or email firstname.lastname@example.org (limited places available).