Theatr Clwyd in Wales is running free online dance workshops for people living with Parkinson’s disease.
The initiative is being run in partnership with charity Parkinson’s UK Cymru and follows a successful pilot workshop.
Running for free throughout May and June, the six workshops will use movement, dance and live music to help participants focus on posture, breath and imagination.
They will be led by Theatr Clwyd dance associate Angharad Jones and musician Llŷr Pari.
Theatr Clwyd director of creative engagement Gwennan Mair said: "Our pilot workshop was more successful than we could have ever imagined - we brought together people from across Wales, who were able to share their experiences, find solidarity and support and, crucially, use dance to help with posture, breathing and movement."
Emily Owen, volunteer coordinator at Parkinson’s UK Cymru, added: "At a time when a lot of our community is isolated, working with Theatr Clwyd has been a great opportunity to get people moving and connected through music and dance.
"We know that exercise can help people with Parkinson’s manage physical symptoms and other symptoms such as sleep problems, fatigue, mood and mental health."
Information on how to sign up for the workshops can be found on Theatr Clwyd’s website. The first workshop will take place on May 13.