Music & Motion Programs & Dance Class
In Home, Onsite, Community
From entertainment to recreational music making, ‘L-OTSA’ offers a wealth of enjoyment and benefit for all with:
- In home sessions for people who may be frail, ill or just wanting a special visit.
- Onsite entertainment and/or Music & Motion programs for community services such as nursing homes, retirement villages, disability organisations.
- Community ‘Music & Motion’ programs in public venues.
- Senior Specific Programs at Richmond Club are available upon booking. $8 per person. Companion Cards accepted.
- Come to Panthers North Richmond (33 Beaumont Ave, North Richmond NSW) and join a Music & Motion program or Dance Class for teenagers, young adults and fellow dinosaurs alike!!
Our Community Participation Program begins at 11.00am each Tuesday of the school term. No need to book, just come along! $8 per person, $6 per school student. Companion Cards accepted.
Our Dance Class begins at 12.30 each Tuesday of the school term. Again, there is no need to book. Weekly attendance is recommended so that routines can be learnt and expanded upon, though not compulsory. $8 per person, $6 per school student.
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What is involved in a ‘Music & Motion’ program?
- Each session incorporates a variety of musical genre and instrumentation, and is tailored to the audience, with content, levels of difficulty, pace and movement modified accordingly. Programs are designed to encourage participation and social networking, and aim to enhance or maintain personal skills, confidence and achievement, and celebrate life in its many stages and variances. Each Music & Motion program is very much based around the personal musical tastes of our participants. We incorporate dance, exercise, jokes, singing, percussion playing and performance into each program, and focus on developing listening and responding skills, watching and following dance and actions, following instructions, taking turns, leading and decision making, working together on 'projects' and games, coordination, confidence, and musical elements such as dynamics, tempi, conducting etc.
- Presentations of items (musical, poetry, mime, art & craft etc) by participants, is highly welcomed, irrespective of skill level.
What is involved in a Dance Class?
Our Dance Class for teenagers and adults with intellectual and/or physical disability endeavours to engage each participant, giving maximum opportunity for the development of basic dance skills, creative expression, confidence in performance, and the love of dance. Each class incorporates a variety of dance styles and dance games, and is tailored to the audience, with content, levels of difficulty, pace and movement modified accordingly. Participants need to wear comfortable clothes that are easy to move in, and bring a bottle of drink.
Facilitators are experienced working with:
- All ages
- Physical disability
- Intellectual disability
- Challenging behaviors
- Acquired injury
- Supported seniors
- Independent retirees