Parkinson’s Recreational Class
Taiko is a fun, cultural activity that helps improve physical activity, stress management, cognitive engagement, and social support. This class was designed by Performing Members of San Jose Taiko and Sydney Shiroyama, consulting Occupational Therapist, to address the needs of individuals with Parkinson’s Disease. The class will cover taiko history and etiquette, San Jose Taiko’s philosophy, and basic playing techniques, which emphasize large amplitude movements, full extensions, trunk rotation, and using a loud voice. Caregivers or family members are welcome to sign up and participate as well. No experience necessary, and appropriate accommodations will be provided for those who need it.
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Spring 2019 Parkinson’s Recreational Class
Thursdays, April 4 - May 23 - 10:00-11:30AM
Classes will be held at the San Jose Taiko studio: 150 South Montgomery Street, San Jose 95110 (Please park in the lot north of the building. Entrance to the parking lot is from Autumn Street. )
To protect the drums, we like to keep the studio floor clean and request that you remove your shoes upon entering the practice space. Accommodations can be made if you are unable or uncomfortable doing so. You are welcome to bring shoes with clean soles ("indoor" shoes) to prevent slipping or we will have shoe covers available. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or concerns.