Weekly Dance Classes at the SelfHelp Benjamin Rosenthal Prince Street Senior Center
Thursdays at 11:10am
Midway Nursing Home
December 18, 2019 at 2pm
Park Terrace Care Center
November 19, 2019 at 2:30pm
Video: Cheek to Cheek
Composed in 1935 by Irving Berlin
Choreographed, Arranged and Performed by Max Pollak, Arleigh Rothenberg
and Karl Spicer
Zena Rommett FLOOR-BARRE® with Dina Denis
A CONDITIONING PROGRAM FOR Everybody
Ongoing Classes At
Sunnyside Ballet Studio
49-02 Queens Blvd 4th floor, Woodside, NY 11377
The Zena Rommett Floor-Barre Technique (ZRFB) uses ballet vocabulary in order to safely, gently and effectively train dancers and non-dancers at any level or stage in life.
No dance experience is necessary.
Dina Denis teaches Zena Rommett Floor-Barre Technique® (ZRFB) as a way to correct and preserve proper body alignment and promote overall wellness. Awareness and applications of proper alignment can prevent injuries, promote healthful living and increase physical and mental energy.
Dina’s gentle class is helpful to people of all ages and physical abilities. Through her ZRFB class, students will gain muscular strength and coordination that supports healthy physical alignment and flexibility that promotes safe range of motion for all of the body’s joints.
Dina has experience and positive results with the ZRFB technique as a way to educate and strengthen dancers, non-dancers and those rehabilitating from injuries.
Like to dance? Are you 65 and over?
No experience necessary.
Weekly dance classes
Thursdays from 11:10-12:10pm at the
The SLDT - The Academy’s Free Sunday Performing Arts/ QUEENS OUTDOOR DANCE FESTIVAL presented Dina Denis' solo premiere of Reflections set to Clara Schumann's Piano Trio in G Minor, Op. 17: III. Andante and Piano Concerto in A Minor, Op. 7: II. Romanze Andante non troppo con grazia.
Photos: Melissa Maxwell
Dance Into Light was invited to return to the Voelker Orth Museum Bird Sanctuary and Victorian Garden!
Thanks to those who joined us on August 23, 2017 for the Annual Honey Harvest Festival.
Dance Into Light Artists, Lisa and Jared led participants through a creative movement experience about the Museum's honey bees. The audience participated in a fun mini-creative movement workshop. Together we created and performed an original bee-inspired dance in the garden.
On July 19, 2017, Dina Denis conducted a creative movement workshop with dancers Lisa Craig, Yuki Fukui, Evelyn Hoelscher, Madison McGrath and Jared Stern. Using structured improvisation, Dina taught a honey bee inspired dance for a group of multigenerational participants to learn and perform together. The Dance Into Light Dancers completed the afternoon with a premiere performance in the garden of Dina's new work Peace Among the Restless set to music How Lovely Is Thy Dwelling Place by the Exultate Festival Chorus - Chamber Orchestra Masterworks of Worship Collection Brahms Requiem. The participants were then treated to a special tour of the Voelker Orth's honey bees by Urta, the museum's resident bee keeper.
Above photos at the Voelker Orth Museum, Birth Sanctuary and Garden.
Dance Into Light Performers: Lisa Craig, Yuki Fukui, Evelyn Hoelscher, Madison McGrath and Jared Stern
Choreography Peace Among the Restless and Photos: Dina Denis
Below photos at Salvatore LaRussa Dance Theatre.
Dance Into Light Performers: Madison McGrath and Jared Stern
Forever Within, Always Around choreography by: Dina Denis
Photos: Dana Leigh