Rimbala Workshops for Seniors
Rimbala combines music with fun movement activities to help seniors improve mobility and memory.
Tuesdays - FROM MARCH 1st to APRIL 5th.
9:30am to 10:30am OR 11am to 12noon
St Lawrence Community Recreation Centre (Toronto)
2022 - MARCH 1 and APRIL 5
Funded by Jamii.
Do you worry about falling – especially during this in-between season?
Have you noticed that your movements are becoming more difficult as you age?
Are you concerned that risk of memory loss may spoil your golden years?
If yes, then Rimbala workshops might be for you, and Jamii is offering them for FREE!
Rimbala combines live, improvised music with simple and fun movement activities to help seniors improve balance, mobility and memory. Similar programs in Europe have been scientifically proven to reduce the risk of falls by 54%! Scientists are also researching how these programs are effective in the prevention and control of Alzheimer’s disease.
Rimbala has been developed by Dr. Daniel Rubinoff, PhD, Music Director at Jubilee United Church in Toronto and a professional performer, composer and teacher. Daniel has performed as a soloist and chamber musician in France, Canada and the United States, and his saxophone recordings have received airplay and acclaim on CBC Radio and in the American Record Guide.
WORKSHOPS ARE FREE
EVERY TUESDAY FROM MARCH 1st to APRIL 5th.
1st group: 9:30am to 10:30am
2nd group: 11am to 12noon
At the St Lawrence Community Recreation Centre (230 The Esplanade, Toronto)
SPACE IS LIMITED TO 12 PARTICIPANTS PER GROUP. Register now.