Achieve Brain Plasticity through Dancing (Level 2) Achieve Brain Plasticity through Dancing (Level 2)

In Level 2 of the dance classes designed to enhance brain plasticity and promote healthy aging, seniors will be introduced to a variety of dances that build upon the skills learned in Level 1. These dances will offer increased complexity and challenge, providing seniors with opportunities for further development in mobility, balance, functional movement, and mood enhancement.

Session 1: Overview and Posture

Session 2: Balance

Session 3: Music and Movement

Session 4: Self Connection Equation

Session 5: Connection with Partner

Trainer Profile

Mr Benedict Lau is an ISTD (Imperial Society of Teachers of Dance) certified teacher with over 20 years’ experience in dance and fitness instruction. Mr Lau teaches in his studio as well as off-site engagements by organisations and corporate companies. He has developed fitness and body conditioning programmes approved by NSA since 2016. Earlier in his career, Mr Lau competed at a professional level in DanceSport (1997 to 2007), was ranked first place in the Olympic Council of Malaysia (DanceSport) in 2005, and represented Malaysia in both SEA Games and Asian Games. He has won the top spot in several international competitions.

* The trainer is subject to change without prior notice.

Course Duration
Course Duration15 hours (5 sessions)
3 hours per session
Course Dates Thursday
18, 25 July, 1, 8 & 15 August 2024
Time2.30pm to 5.30pm
VenueNUSS Kent Ridge Guild House
9 Kent Ridge Drive
Singapore 119241
Registration Closing Date 8 July 2024
Course Fees per pax (Including GST) NUSS Member: $327.00
Public: $359.70
Fees payable by Singaporean and PR aged 50 and above (Including GST)NUSS Member: $87.00
Public: $95.70
Remarks *Course dates are subject to change
*A minimum of 15 participants is required for the workshop to commence
*This course is eligible for SkillsFuture credits claim (for course fees only)
*Please note that there is no refund and no replacement for lesson(s) missed