National Children’s Leukemia Foundation
DANCE POWER is a program of hope, health & healing for adult women with cancer, leukemia & other blood disorders.
DANCE POWER CLASSES ARE FREE for women in active treatment or remission.
DANCE IS LIFE!
Benefits of the Dance Power Program Dance Power enables adult women battling cancer, leukemia and other blood disorders to immerse themselves in the joy of music and dance. Dance Power restores a sense of balance to the mind, body and spirit. Dance Power builds self-confidence, self-esteem and a sense of inner power.Dance Power helps women maintain strength, balance and coordination. Dance Power is a program of health, hope, healing and empowerment.
For more information or to register, contact:
THE NATIONAL CHILDREN’S LEUKEMIA FOUNDATION
1-800-448-3467 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Frequently Asked Questions
Who can enroll in Dance Power? Adult women with a diagnosis of cancer, leukemia or other blood disorders, including those in active treatment and remission.
Who teaches Dance Power Classes? Classes are taught by expert dance instructors with specialized training in the medical and psychological aspects of life-threatening illness.
Why is Dance Power “powerful”? Dance Power is infused with all of the beauty and creativity of dance. Dance Power emphasizes both the ability of the body to move and flow, and the ability of the mind to create harmony and healing. After participating in only a few Dance Power classes, women feel an improved sense of confidence, well-being, strength and hope.
What happens during Dance Power classes? Dance Power participants learn jazz, hip-hop and other popular dance routines, plus meditation and breathing techniques.
Is Dance Power Safe? Dance Power takes into account the medical needs of women with cancer. There is no body-to-body contact, high leaps or jumps during any Dance Power classes. In addition, all participants must receive physician clearance prior to joining Dance Power.
Who created the Dance Power Program? Dance Power was created through the joint efforts of the Dr. Sara Gardin, National Program Director for the National Children’s Leukemia Foundation and world-renowned choreographer and dance instructor, Joe Tremaine.