Please note: Due to the current public emergency, all senior dance classes will take place online through Zoom. Classes will run Tuesday and Thursdays at 11am. Email Dina at DanceIntoLight@gmail.com for a link to class and follow us on social media to stay up to date with Dance Into Light's classes and rehearsals.
The Nursing and Rehabilitation Home Performance Program provides free and high-quality access to the performing arts for people who are nursing home bound or in a rehabilitation center. Dina Denis and DIL have been providing these enriching experiences for seniors since 2003.
The Seniors Dance! Program is a chair based dance program designed to relieve stress, elevate mood, increase endurance, balance, coordination and flexibility. We use breathing techniques, dance-based strengthening and stretching exercises along with skillful choreography for our students' overall mind and body wellness.
Photos by Aehee Kang Asano
Dance Into Light provides free live dance programing for residents of Queens nursing and rehabilitation homes. The program consists of 45 minutes dance from the company’s repertory and 15 minutes of artist to audience meet and greet.
Dance Into Light offers chair based dance classes rooted in ballet, modern. tap and social dance for senior centers.
We are New York City registered Vendor.
Contact: (347) 770-3454
We are currently in studio working on our 2020 Celebrating Human Connection Through Dance: Nursing and Rehabilitation Performance Program.
Our new work, "As Time Goes By," will premiere July and run through December 2020. Check back for further info on our upcoming performances.
In the meantime, check out our social media for updates on our rehearsals along with different classes and opportunities being offered.
Celebrating Human Connection Through Dance: Nursing and Rehabilitation Performance Program is made possible in part by the Queens Council on the Arts with public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.
This project is also made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and administered by the Queens Council on the Arts.