7th May 2021
Synergy Dance Outreach
Synergy Dance® Outreach Online Expansion
30 brand new, free, inclusive and accessible classes now available.
Synergy Dance® Outreach announced today the expansion, of their online platform with the release of 30 brand new, fun, inclusive and accessible classes now being offered for FREE in Dance and Yoga. In addition to the platform’s current generous offering of 174 lessons.
Synergy Dance® Outreach would like to give thanks to the National Lottery Funding from Sport England in partnership with EMD UK for making these additional classes possible.
The new expansion has allowed Synergy Dance® Outreach to expand their already successful inclusive platform and fill gaps in the market, making it even more accessible to the SEND (Special Educational Needs & Disabilities) community. The platform expansion offers a new way for those with additional needs, visual impairments, disabilities and long-term health conditions to escape isolation, keep fit and healthy and improve their overall wellbeing in a place and at a pace that suits their individual needs.
When Covid-19 forced a National lockdown – at Synergy – we carried on and did not stop – to continue to reach our service users who had never needed our activities more – from one of our teen yoga participants, who is blind, to isolated children with autism, or the elderly –simply battling with loneliness, poor health or lack of mobility. Funds were down – but that didn’t stop us – we also wanted to keep our loyal team of talent in work and they all rose to the challenge of online delivery. – Rachael Hurton, Founder, Synergy Dance®
The new online platform includes additional, free classes in the following areas:
- Mat Yoga for Children with Autism (12 classes)
- Yoga for Teenagers with Autism (12 classes)
- Yoga for Children with Cerebral Palsy (6 classes)
The new sessions will be available, free of charge from today. For more information, and to enrol go here; https://inclusive-dance-yoga.teachable.com
Synergy Dance Outreach was set up to meet local need and create positive change, removing barriers to enable people experiencing disadvantage or marginalisation to improve physical and mental health and wellbeing through accessible, inclusive and fun dance, fitness, yoga, singing and related activities. Our beneficiaries include older people, those with “SEND” and other disadvantaged people, children and teenagers.
If you would like to try some in person classes, you can do so here; https://synergydanceoutreach.co.uk/what-is-send/