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Dance
  • Thursdays, to
    10:45 am - 12:00 pm
Free
SeniorsDANCE
TAPAC class

Improve your mobility and fitness, meet new people and have a good dance in this fun, friendly and free dance and movement programme, designed especially for seniors with age-related physical mobility challenges.

Learn contemporary dance movements from a professional dance teacher to improve your balance and coordination, keep joints mobile and improve your strength and flexibility.

WHEN: Thursdays 10:45am–11:30am, followed by a free morning tea

DATES: Term 1 - Thursday 10 Feb - Thursday 14 April 

WHERE: The Auckland Performing Arts Centre (TAPAC), 100 Motions Road, Western Springs 

WHAT TO WEAR: Please wear clothes that you can easily move in and soft, supportive shoes.

HOW TO REGISTER YOUR INTEREST:  Please email : [email protected] 

No partner or experience required and seniors with walkers and in wheelchairs are welcome. This class is suitable for seniors who are not active and able enough to attend typical senior dance classes. There is high demand for this programme, so we kindly ask that if you enrol you make your best effort to attend every week. 

Covid-19 Precautions

TAPAC is a venue that requires proof of vaccination against Covid-19. For more information about how TAPAC will operate under The Covid-19 Protection Framework, please see our Covid- 19 Page 

This programme is run by SeniorsDANCE in partnership with TAPAC. It is made possible by support from the Louisa and Patrick  Emmett Murphy Foundation and Lottery Auckland Community.

Senior Dance sponsors 2022

Teaching artist

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SeniorsDANCE

Established in 2011, SeniorsDANCE offers dance classes across Auckland. The organisation is managed by Susan Jordan, whose dance career spans five decades as performer, choreographer, academic, teacher, writer and arts manager.  SeniorsDANCE classes are an enjoyable way to stay active using easy to learn movement based on contemporary dance. Classes build balance and coordination, keep joints mobile and strengthen muscle while addressing physical, mental and social wellbeing.