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1. April 10th(1:15-3:15 Timsbury)
2. April 24th (1:15-3:15 Timsbury)
3. May 1st (1:15-3:15 Timsbury)
4. May 8th (1:15-3:15 Timsbury)
5. May 22nd (1:15-3:15 Timsbury)
6. May 29th (1:15-3:15 Timsbury)
7. June 5th (1:15-3:15 Timsbury
8. June 12th (1:15-3:15 Timsbury)
9. June 26th (1:15-3:15 Timsbury)
10. July 3rd (1:15-3:15 Timsbury)
The classes are held at the Jubilee Hall, Timsbury.
Conductive education is a specialised rehabilitation system, which was created and developed, by Dr András Pető a physician and pedagogue in the mid 1940′s in Budapest, Hungary.
By regular attendance conductive education can help with:
Bradykinesia (slowness of movement)
Dyskinesia (side effect of medication)
Lack of facial expressions
The Pető System:
Improves strength and stamina.
Improves health and general well being.
Improves mobility, co-ordination, dexterity and fine manipulation.
Improves breathing, speech and communication skills.
Increases motivational levels.
Increases self-esteem and boosts confidence.
Provides natural pain relief for muscle spasms and joint pains.
Contributes to significantly reducing stiffness by maintaining and improving range of movements.
Delays the need for hospitalisation/nursing care.
Provides training and guidance for family members and carers.
Provides a comprehensive support system for the whole family.
Photos are taken by Amanda Elliott and Judit Szathmáry conductors during the conductive education programmes.