Ballet Mafia | English National Ballet & Dance for Parkinson’s

Ballet Mafia is proud to support English National Ballet and the Dance for Parkinson’s programme by making a donation for every product we sell.

English National Ballet dancers in rehearsal for Song of the Earth © Laurent Liotardo. Lead Principal Jurgita Dronina is wearing Inked by Ballet Mafia.

Dance for Parkinson's

The English National Ballet Dance for Parkinson’s programme has been running since 2008 and is proven to support people with Parkinson’s to develop confidence and strength, whilst temporarily relieving some participants of symptoms in everyday life. Participants also have the special opportunity to attend exclusive behind-the-scenes events and see the Company perform.

Based on English National Ballet’s contemporary and classical repertoire, Dance for Parkinson’s classes provide a fun and informal way for participants to discover the themes, choreography and music of the ballets. Classes are expressive, creative and promote feelings of freedom from the physical and social constraints of having Parkinson’s.

Dance for Life

Ballet Mafia’s ambition is to promote the benefits of ballet beyond the professional stage and the theatres of the world and to highlight the less well known recreational and therapeutic benefits ballet can bring.

The ballet did make me urgently want to move more, and move better and hinted at how this might be possible.

Participant

Dance for Parkinson's London

How you can help

We are proud to announce that for every product sold, Ballet Mafia will make a donation to English National Ballet and the Dance for Parkinson’s programme.
Every Ballet Mafia skirt donates £2. Every product from the Merde Signature Collection donates £1.

Learn more about the programme here.

You can also help English National Ballet promote its programme by sharing pictures of you and your favourite Ballet Mafia item on social media, using the following hashtags:

#balletmafialondon #ENB #EnglishNationalBallet #DanceforEveryone #DanceforLife #DanceforParkinsons #Donation

Dance for Parkinson’s in film