AudAbility – One Class Pass

$15.00

  • Class Type: Virtual through Zoom
  • Length of Each Class: 60 minutes
  • Class Times:
    • Voice: Mondays 11am PDT
    • Harmonica: Wednesdays 11am PDT
    • Chair Yoga: Fridays 2pm PDT

 

Music therapy, an engaging, interactive, goal-focused and fun therapy, has been shown to be an effective tool in improving cognitive, speech, motor, and social skills as well as increasing quality of life for People with Parkinson’s and their Care Partners. At MusicWorx, we offer several music therapy programs for People with Parkinson’s and their Care Partners to meet varying needs and abilities. On top of the many group programs that MusicWorx offers, there are also opportunities to take private harmonica, piano, vocal, guitar, and ukulele lessons that are adapted based on individual learning style, ability, and need.

 

Must purchase at least 24 hours before class.  The music therapy team will email you to determine which specific date you would like to attend and provide the Zoom link to that class.

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AudAbility

AudAbility is a music therapy course for People with Parkinson’s and their Care Partners that is taught by a board-certified music therapist specially trained to use music to address vocal, motor, and social challenges that often accompany a diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease. Learn harmonica, piano, and singing skills to better your life! The AudAbility series increases quality and volume of the voice, relieves stress, and teaches new skills. In this highly interactive program, participants will engage in mindfulness exercises, physical warm-ups, and vocal warm-ups to prepare the body and mind for active music making through singing and musical instrument play. No previous musical experience necessary.

 

AudAbility: Music Therapy for People with Parkinson’s and their Care Partners by Lindsay Zehren from Parkinson’s Association of SD on Vimeo.

 

This class also includes introductions to harmonica, piano, drumming, and ukulele!

Classes are 60 minutes each, and accompanying care partners can participate for free.