Sack, Joanabbey-Dance Movement therapy/Physical training




(514) 284-7440



Parkinson en movement (PEM) dance & movement classes began in September of 2007 and have become an important part of programs offered for people living with Parkinson’s in Montreal. To move, dance and work with principles of alignment and of LSVT BIG in a safe space support confidence, strength and the experience of pleasure.

Joanabbey Sack is a dance movement therapist, drama therapist and dance teacher with extensive training in the social sciences, Laban Movement Analysis, theatre arts, dance and music.  She teaches at Concordia University in the Department of Creative Arts Therapies and is a Dance Therapist at the Centre for the Arts in Human Development. Joanabbey also has a private practice at the Queen Elizabeth Health Complex. She founded the Parkinson’s Dance Project with Sarah Humphrey in 2007 and has continued to teach, collaborate and build on the initial project.

Joanabbey Sack with team teachers Maura Fisher PT, Tania Lazuk PhD R-DMT; Laurie Potter MA and teachers in training

For information:   Joanabbey Sack QEHC suite 347  parkinsonenmouvement/Facebook

514 718 7347