Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Nine Out of Ten Doctors Recommend You Read This Post to Keep up With Anchorage PD Events for December

Well here we are in the dark days of December, but remember, it's always darkest right after the lights go out, and then you can gradually begin to make out dim shapes, obstacles and impediments, and before you know it,  you are navigating like it was broad daylight, unless it's really dark, in which case you should stay in bed... um... where was I ? Oh yes! It's PD update time! Should you  decide to get out of bed, and nine out of ten doctors recommend that you do, here are some things to which you could do:

Yoga for PD, lead by Rocky Plotnick, who says:

Our Yoga for PD class will continue in December through Thursday, December 19th.
This means we meet:  December 5, 12 & 19.  Still at 1:15 pm at ADT.

There will be no class on Thanksgiving, however every year the
Inner Dance Yoga Studio has a special yoga practice on Thanksgiving.
It's at 10:00am.  Karen Greenwood is a skilled teacher and I am sure all
levels & abilities are welcome.

For January, Mike & I will be traveling so no class.

Once the schedule is approved by ADT, I will be ready to start classes again in February.

And Dance for PD, led by Carolyn Lassiter, who says:

Hello beautiful dancers,

Here is updated class schedule information:

Tuesday November 26, 2013:  NO CLASS, ADT is closed for Thanksgiving week

Tuesday December 3, 2013:   regular class

Tuesday December 10, 2013 through Tuesday January 14, 2014:  NO CLASS, teacher will be out of state

Tuesday January 21, 2014:  regular class resumes

Then of course, there is also the  Telehealth broadcast, the 9th of December at 1:00 pm in room 2401 of the Providence oncology wing on Piper St.  Go to the second floor, walk down the lonnnnnnnng hall that stretches South from the cafe and look for room 2401 pretty much at the end of the hall on your right. This month: Laughter and Parkinson's.

Then it's on through the drifted snow and holiday revels to our regular meeting the 21st, at 3:3o, it will be time for our annual holiday potluck! I'll bring something main-dishy, and you all bring what you like that you think the rest of would like.

I think that about covers it. I hope to see you at some or all of the PD events  in December. Happy (insertholidayofyourchoosing) Peter

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