GirlPower! Be Who You Are™ - An Empowerment Workshop for Girls 8-10

In its 11th year, GirlPower! has been guiding girls to find their unique voices through movement, discussion, journaling, art and nature. Activities are designed to build confidence, self-advocacy and self-care. Girls will find ways to connect with new friends and discover more about themselves. Enrollment limited.

Instructor Susanne Liebich is an experienced facilitator and movement instructor who has conducted GirlPower! programs for 11 years. She is a Certified Nia® Black Belt, a Certified Stott Pilates® and Total Barre™ instructor and has worked with girls of all ages and abilities to help them achieve self confidence, health and wellness. Click here for more information on programs.

Read about the GirlPower! program in Dance Studio Life magazine: http://www.dancestudiolife.com/february-2017-girlpower/

Steinberg Wellness Center for Mind and Body


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Susanne Liebich

Susanne Liebich has been a professional dance and certified movement educator, choreographer and program director for over 30 years. As a senior fitness expert, her knowledge includes exercise which enhances and sustains the health of adults of all ages and mobility levels. Her balanced, holistic approach blends traditional, expressive and therapeutic movement to foster overall wellbeing. Her certifications include Dance for PD®, Stott Pilates®, Black Belt Nia®, Moving to Heal® and Total Barre®. She is trained in injury prevention for older adults and individuals with Parkinson’s, MS, osteoporosis and arthritis.

She was one of the first Certified Dance for PD instructors in the world, and her class was featured in the Boston Globe. She is a member of the Emerson Hospital Parkinson’s Disease Committee. Her work includes classes at independent senior, assisted living and memory communities, and hospitals in the Greater Boston area.

Student Testimonial:
I have already noticed a decrease in the severity of PD symptoms in my body. You inspire me to vigorously dance with intention.