Free 2 Be Me Dance
We are delighted to welcome back Rebecca from Free 2 Be Me Dance for a new term in The Down Syndrome Centre.
Free 2 Be Me Dance Dublin is an adaptive dance program designed for children and young adults with Additional Needs.
Through careful guidance and lots of attention in the classes, the children learn dance movements, coordination, and how to follow directions. It is a chance for the dancers to feel accepted all the while having fun, building confidence, strength, and forming meaningful relationships with their fellow dancers as well as with their teacher and teachers helpers, their “Ballet Buddies“.
Who is it suitable for?
Places are available for new term which is open to boys and girls aged 3 – 12 years.
New Term Dates
Free 2 Be Me Dance Classes take place every second Sunday morning at The Down Syndrome Centre. The new term starts Sunday April 14th and then runs on the following dates:
- April 14th
- April 28th
- May 12th
- May 26th
- June 9th
To book your child in or to make an enquiry please contact Rebecca directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 086 412 4982
The cost per child is reduced to €30 for the 5 week term as The Down Syndrome Centre is currently subsidising the activity.
Places are limited so book early to avoid disappointment.
Rebecca O’Brien Taylor
Rebecca O’Brien Taylor started her ballet journey under the influence of Mairead Langan, principal of the Metropolitan School of Dance. Her love for ballet began at just four years of age and she completed all her ballet examinations with Distinction over 20 years dancing in the school. During this time went on to complete her Ballet Teacher Training through the Royal Academy of Dance in London. After she qualified and registered as a Royal Academy of Dance teacher in 2011, she worked for the Metropolitan School of Dance and also spent many years abroad teaching in renowned ballet schools across the UAE and Australia. Whilst living in Australia she danced with local ballet companies and preformed in ballet shows such as Giselle, The Nutcracker and Swan Lake. Rebecca has also helped choreograph ballet shows for the Metropolitan School of Dance where she continues to teach children at present.
Rebecca’s passion to bring the joy of ballet to children with additional needs, prompted her to continue her studies in the area of Childcare. Now with her Special Needs Qualification and her RAD Qualification in Ballet, she offers “Free 2 Be Me Dance” classes to children and young adults with additional needs.