Dance For Parkinson’s Program

American Repertory Ballet’s Dance for Parkinson’s program is for people with Parkinson’s Disease and their caregivers. Each class has live music and creates a warm sanctuary for movement exploration, and a social atmosphere to support artistic venture.

  • Classes are infused with guided imagery, vocalization, and movement to provide participants with a dynamic experience.
  • Participants are encouraged to ‘think like dancers’ and to be creative and expressive.
  • Open to all levels of ability! Although participants may experience therapeutic relief, this class is not considered therapy, but a place where people come together to move, share, and enjoy the elements of dance.

Session: Wednesday, April 17 – Wednesday June 26, 2019

Class Time: 
Wednesday’s 11:00 AM – 12: 15 PM

Class Location: 
Princeton Ballet School Cranbury Studio
29 N. Main Street
Cranbury, NJ 08512
* Ample Parking and Entrance is located in the back of the studio, ADA compliant

Classes are FREE!

Lead Teacher: Rachel Stanislawczyk
Assistant Teacher: Lindsay Cahill

Rachel Stanislawczyk began her dance training at Princeton Ballet School in 2003. She recently graduated magna cum laude with a BFA in Dance and Choreography from Virginia Commonwealth University. Rachel Stanislawczyk is a certified instructor of the Elemental Body Alignment System, and a Lead Teacher for the Mark Morris Dance Group’s Dance for PD program. She is currently earning her Masters in Dance Education at Rutgers University.

For more detailed information download our flyer HERE, 
email Rachel at, or call Lindsay Cahill  at 732.249.1254, ext. 19

To register, please call732.249.1254 or print this form and bring to class!

This program is sponsored by Bloomberg Philanthropies