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Just the right moves

Dance aids those with Parkinson's

Charleen Alper (right) danced with her husband, Paul, at a class customized for people with Parkinson's disease. Charleen Alper (right) danced with her husband, Paul, at a class customized for people with Parkinson's disease. (Michele McDonald/Globe Staff)
By Johnny Diaz
Globe Staff / November 22, 2008

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WALTHAM - "Wiggle your fingers at the ceiling," Naomi Goodman told her dance students as she stretched her arms skyward. "Shake your body loose like a wet noodle. Take off that shirt, and stretch that spine. Extend your arms like beautiful wings." (Full article: 1179 words)

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