Irene Marchesin graduated in 2019 in Management and Conservation of Cultural Heritage and Activities and continued her academic and professional training specializing in cultural welfare projects, aiming to generate an impact on health of individuals and communities. Alongside her work as a cultural professional, she has always practiced dance, exploring several styles and traditional dances, pushed by curiosity towards different cultures and new artistic languages. Fragility, beauty and sharing are the key words guiding her in this experience. She believes that in the most vulnerable is possible to find beauty, as long as people are open to it and cherish it: she looks for a space to share this journey of discovery with other professionals, and through Dance Well learn about the scientific aspects of dance for Parkinson’s and spread the practice of dance as a driver for building communities and improving health as a whole.
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