The Dailey Method is partnering with The American Cancer Society for this Zoom Fundraising Barre Class - Sat, August 15th at 10 AM PT led by Founder & CEO Jill Dailey!
Making a donation of ANY AMOUNT at this site will gain you access to the class we will all be attending virtually. No weights or equipment will be required but a mat/soft surface to workout on is suggested. Also, 2-5 lb. weights can be used for some of the exercises if you have access to some.
Email Blaine at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or donate now to secure your spot today!
This class is appropriate for all levels of students. The cuing and pacing are relatively quick, but options and modifications are given regularly to enable all students to be successful. Students are encouraged to work at their own level and to make the positioning the priority for each exercise. Movement is layered on after form and alignment is perfected. This is the ideal class to work on perfecting your practice while continuing to be challenged.
WHY ACS NOW:
The global pandemic of the Coronavirus Disease, COVID-19, continues to have a serious impact on many people, including cancer patients, their families, and caregivers. Cancer patients are among those at high risk of serious illness from an infection because their immune systems are often weakened by cancer and its treatments. Most people who were treated for cancer in the past (especially if it was years ago) are likely to have normal immune function, but each person is different.
Many know the ACS, a nationwide, community-based organization, for their research and quest to eradicate cancer from our lives. But ACS does so much more--they attack cancer from every angle. They promote healthy lifestyles to help people prevent cancer. They research cancer and its causes to find more answers and better treatments. They fight for life-saving policy changes. They provide everything from emotional support to the latest cancer information for those who have been touched by cancer.
In addition, the American Cancer Society addresses the unequal burden of cancer among minority populations and those who lack health insurance through their Health Systems Initiatives. Through community partnerships, ACS reaches individuals in underserved communities, promotes health equity and ensures equal access to cancer education and screenings for all individuals.