So, we’ve talked about TANGO, and about BALLET … but now, IRISH! Researchers at both the St. Raffaele Arcangelo Hospital in Venice, Italy and University of Limerick are finding that following 8-weeks of twice weekly Irish dance classes, persons with Parkinson’s fell less often and were more mobile. They speculate the benefits are attributed to the exercise, strong rhythm of Irish music and… Read more »
Tango includes both single-time steps, or steps on the beat, and double-time steps, or steps between two beats … and dancing to this beat may benefit people with Parkinson’s disease. Since 2007, Dr Madeline E. Hackney PhD has been demonstrating the benefits of tango dance on balance, ability to complete spatial tasks, mood, coordination and endurance improvements in people with Parkinson’s… Read more »
i love music. i love finding new songs, bands, genres, instruments, etc. I wasn’t blessed with natural musical talent, like a greater part of my family, but i still have the passion and ear for it. music has the powerful to lift my spirits and inspire, and i love sharing this with others. – music is used as a form… Read more »
a song about truth, happiness and freedom… or whatever you interpret it to be… and a cool video too! [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t43VgJ4U9_Q] happy monday! much love. p.s. a new post is on the way… check back soon!