Mindfulness, Music, and Movement Comes to Lyndon Day Programs

Mindfulness, Music, and Movement engages individuals through meditation, music, and fun.

If you hear songs, clapping, and laughter ringing through the halls at our Lyndon Center, it may be our Mindfulness, Music, and Movement program in action!

The program is run by musician Denya LeVine, who has been actively involved in the Cape Abilities community for over 20 years.

Among the numerous music programs that Denya has run at our organization, the ukulele has been a favorite among individuals.

Denya LeVine shares her impactful music programs with Cape Abilities.

Mindfulness, Music, and Movement is a particularly special program, going even further than a traditional music program and combining many different celebratory elements of self-expression.

“The current series, Mindfulness, Music and Movement engages the brain, body, and emotions and raises endorphins. We meditate, exercise, and laugh!” said Denya.

Denya’s longtime connections within our program cultivates a feeling of security and trust in the room, and allows for individuals to really dive into the meditation and songs in a supported way.

“I’ve known many of the participants for 20 years, and they are my friends. Anything I do to bring stimulating healthy programs, friendship, and joy to my old and new friends at Cape Abilities brings the same pleasures to my own life.”

This program is supported in part by grants from the Harwich, Sandwich, Brewster, Wellfleet, and Mid-Cape Cultural Councils, local agencies which are supported by the Mass Cultural Council.


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