Ballroom Workshop for Parkinson's

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Are you aware ballroom dancing can improve your focus and open new neuropathways in your brain? Join champion ballroom dancers for a workshop teaching elementary waltz, tango and foxtrot steps to be followed with
a demonstration on the art of ballroom.

Location

Steinberg Wellness Center for Mind & Body
310 Baker Ave


sessions

February 8
Sat 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM
23 spots left

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Krisztian Timar

Krisztian Timar has danced both international Latin and standard styles in Hungary. He started dancing at age 10; dancing 13 years as an amateur competitive dancer and 3 years as a professional. He was a finalist in the C and B class National Latin and Standard Championships and a finalist in the Hungarian Professional Standard Championship.  Krisztian studied 4 years at the Hungarian Dance Academy and 2 years at the Semmelweis University Faculty of Physical Education and Sports Sciences where he received degrees as a dance teacher and coach.

He was president of both Kner Dance and Nyiri Lajos Dancesport clubs where he taught children, adults and couples. Both clubs achieved top 10 status in Hungary. From 2004-2010 his couples were 5 times delegated by the Hungarian Dancesport Association to the IDSF World Junior-Youth-Adult Latin Championships.

Krisztian is a member of the Hungarian Dancesport Association and the Hungarian Dance Teacher and Professional Dancer Association. He was elected member of the Adjudicator’s Committee of the Hungarian Dancesport Association and is a top-ranked adjudicator in Hungary.

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Maggie Toth

Maggie is a Ballroom and Latin dance instructor, and has recently joined SuperShag Dance Studios from her native country of Hungary.