The Royal Ballet teaches ballet to a group of visually impaired adults
A silhouette of a ballerina with one arm poised above her headDancing is usually considered a visual activity when, in fact, it doesn’t need to hold a visual component as a group at the Royal Ballet is proving. Taught by Royal Company soloist David Pickering, the group of visually impaired adults is learning the basics of ballet and enjoying the gift of music, movement and friendship.

Watch the video to learn more about the group, the teacher and how the class has been impacted by dancing together each week. 

Visit our First Steps After Vision Loss page to learn how we can help people who are adjusting to vision loss. 

Go Inside a Dance Class for the Blind at the Royal Ballet

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