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Viewing of Capturing Grace in DC!

Beautiful film!

Beautiful film!

Last night, I attended a viewing of Dave Iverson’s touching film Capturing Grace. The documentary chronicles the lives of a group of fellow Parkinsonians (Brooklyn Parkinson Group) and their transition into becoming dancers through the instruction of David Leventhal and the Mark Morris Dance Group. The film captures the indomitable spirit and drive of the group’s members and the rock solid bonds that unite them through the power of dance. The story leads from classes and rehearsals to the moving public performance that the group openly shares what they have learned and accomplished.

I was grateful to actually meet Mark Morris and David Leventhal and thank them for their contribution to the Parkinson’s world.

If you haven’t seen Capturing Grace or you want more information on dance and Parkinson’s, the Dance for PD model is one to strongly consider!


By the way, for you film directors and Hollywood hopefuls, don’t forget about the World Parkinson Congress’ video competition, now open for entry!

If you are an author with a book consider sharing it at the Book Nook event at the World Parkinson Congress in Portland! For more information on both of these exciting mediums, click here for more information about the 4th World Parkinson Congress.

The 2016 WPC’s New “Book Nook” Will Bring Readers And Authors Together!

Check out WPC's Book Nook

Check out WPC’s Book Nook

I have been fortunate to have attended 2 World Parkinson Congresses, Washington and Montreal. Both events were outstanding in information and learning about what is new in the world of Parkinson’s disease.

Join us at the 4th World Parkinson’s Congress in Portland, Oregon this September 20-23, 2016 —Register Now!

If you didn’t already know, registration for the World Parkinson Congress (WPC) is NOW Open! This September an international contingent of scientists, activists, experts, vendors, writers, researchers, medical experts, body workers, and so many others who focus on Parkinson’s disease will convene in Portland, Oregon for this huge event. For my fellow Americans, I encourage you to take advantage of the fact that the #WPC2016 is in the US, once again and in the great city of Portland. The WPC only happens every 3 years! This is a wonderful opportunity to learn what is happening around the globe and meet many of the world’s leaders in their field. Click here to learn more or to register today!

WPC Book Nook
2016’s WPC will be providing something new this year with their Book Nook! Meet some of the authors behind many of the Parkinson’s books that you have read or plan to read. Some authors may do a reading as well. If you are an author writing about Parkinson’s disease read about the requirements for submitting your application for approval. This is a great opportunity to bring authors and readers together! For more information, click here.

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