Services are available virtually
We work in partnership with clinics and radiology centers to incorporate the science and soul of yoga into traditional treatment options. This includes onsite dance encounters, adaptive yoga and guided meditation, and creative movement programs. We have worked in infusion units, transplant patient support groups, and with people living with multiple sclerosis.
Sessions are uniquely designed for hospital and clinic settings and focus on accessibility. This includes:
- Adaptive Yoga for chair, bed, and limited mobility
- Guided imagery and meditation during treatments and scans
- Creative movement and mini dance parties
- Referral Support
What's the benefit?
For clinic staff and leadership
The Day of Dance
Alison Waldman directs and choreographs the annual the Day of Dance at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital. This signature program is a day of integrated, site-specific performance throughout the hospital by professional performers and was the first of this kind of integrated dance programming in a hospital setting.
Movement for MS
Movement for MS is a free dance and creative movement class for people in all stages of MS and their loved ones. This class is in collaboration with the Georgetown University Hospital Department of Neurology. Alison Waldman is the co-lead foundational teacher of this award-winning program. Read the press release here.
This class is now offered virtually. Next session is September-November 2020 via Zoom.