Better Ageing – Bollywood Dance
Bollywood is one of the most colourful contemporary dance forms, performed to Bollywood movie tracks. It’s a blend of classical and folk Indian dance forms, but it is also influenced by contemporary Western dance styles such as hip-hop, jazz, salsa and R&B.
A typical class usually starts with full-body warm-up, followed by a lesson in basic footwork and hand movements. Special choreographies are created for each class based on the students’ familiarity with the style.
Registrations are welcome at anytime even after classes have started.
Number of Lessons: 6
Day and Dates: Every Tuesday from 27 April – 1 June 2021
Time: 10:00am – 11:00am
Instructor: Swastik Institute of Dance
- Spaces are limited, Council employs a “first in best dressed policy”.
- Registrations are essential.
- Program continuation is subject to participation rates and community interest.
- It is the responsibility of the participant to communicate all medical issues and injuries with the facilitator prior to facilitation.
- It is suggested that you seek medical clearance from your qualified healthcare professional, prior to starting any new physical activity.
- Facilitators may ask participants to complete a pre-activity screening questionnaire at or prior to the first session, or request medial clearance certificates if you are at a perceived risk to exercise.
- Please do not attend if you are feeling unwell and have cough, cold or flu symptoms
- Please do not attend if you have been in contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19 in 14 days prior to attending the class or if directed by health authorities to stay at home
- Social distancing of 1.5m applies at all times. Please avoid congregating before the start and at the end of the class
- Noting your attendance with the facilitator during each session is mandatory. Maintaining accurate attendance records is the shared responsibility of both the program facilitator and program attendees
- Please bring a fresh towel and your own yoga/pilates mat (if required for the class)
- Practice good hygiene and sanitise/cleanse your workout area where necessary before, during and after the class
- Ensure you are up to date and following the latest government guidelines and public health orders
Are there ID requirements or an age limit to join the event?
Activities are for those aged over 55.
What should I bring to each session?
Please wear appropriate non-restrictive clothing, water bottle and towel.
Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Please contact Council on BetterAgeingPathways@cityofparramatta.nsw.gov.au or 02 9806 5095
Can I update my registration information?
Yes, you can update your information via the Eventbrite website, you’ll need to create a login.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
No your name will appear on the attendance sheet. The facilitator will mark you as attended. You must be registered for our activities via Eventbrite to attend.
What is the refund policy?
The Recreation Programs and Services Team make every effort to ensure advertised events and classes run. However, we reserve the right to alter the program either before or during the class/event and to cancel any program if insufficient enrolments are received. If the Recreation Programs and Services Team cancels a course, you will be informed and a refund or alternative solution will be provided.
The term has already started; can I still join?
Yes, registrations are welcome at any time. Most programs are designed in a way that a participant could join at any point throughout the program.
I am recovering from an injury can I still participate?
It is suggested that you seek medical clearance from your health care professional. Participation is done so at your own risk.