The two things that have brought Michael and Roslyn Lieb closer together couldn’t be more different: Parkinson’s disease and dance, one slowly taking away, the other giving back in ways they never imagined.
Once a week, they head to an unusual Chicago dance class tailored for Parkinson’s patients.
Their disease is checked at the door as they lose themselves in the slow and graceful movement.
The free classes are offered by an internationally known troupe whose performances blend modern dance, jazz and ballet.
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