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ByTom Bailey

MADE – Dance Group – Yorkshire Dance

 

 

Yorkshire Dance would like to introduce their new mixed ability dance class:

 This new class is called MADE (Mixed Ability Dance for Everyone) and is a beginners level, fun, social dance class that includes gentle exercises to improve mobility, flexibility and balance. The class is open to any adults with or without a disability that is interested in dance. The aim of the class is to provide people that may have barriers to engaging with physical activity with an opportunity to express themselves and be physical in an open, friendly and fun group that promotes independence.

When: Wednesdays between 5.30-7.00pm

Where: Yorkshire Dance in Leeds city centre

Yorkshire Dance
3 St Peter’s Buildings
St Peter’s Square Leeds
LS9 8AH

Cost: £3.50

Contact:  0113 243 8765

ByTom Bailey

Inkwell Arts

We are a creative mental health service based in Leeds 7 offering a range of classes and activities for the community, users of mental health services and their families. We offer classes on a referral only basis and also open classes available for anyone to join: art and crafts, ceramics, dance and music, and a weekly Craft Cafe session. See our website for current groups

Inkwell is a safe, creative and accessible space where passion and skills entwine, challenging the stigma of mental health and celebrating the diversity of its participants. It seeks to engage, stimulate and absorb all abilities through creative activity. Users develop life skills such as teamwork and problem solving leading to increased confidence and improved wellbeing.

When? Varies depending on group

Where? 31 Potternewton Lane, Chapel Allerton, Leeds, LS7 3LW

Contact: Telephone: 0113 3070108 / email: inkwell@leedsmind.org.uk / www.inkwellarts.org.uk

 “..it’s such a positive place for people who are struggling with their mental health, it helps to build confidence and setting yourself little goals is sometimes better for a person than self-analysis”

“It’s a chance to learn new skills and have the freedom to express yourself. I’ve done a bit of volunteering here too which I’ve really enjoyed”