Juggle for Wellness

Juggle for Wellness is a class focused on teaching the basics of 3 ball juggling to the LGBT+ community. It’s a fun portable workout that can be done alone or shared with friends. Our workshop is 90 minutes long and is set to fun upbeat music. We provide the juggling balls that you will use during the class, so all that you need to bring with you is yourself in clothes that you comfortable being active in.

The workshop begins with a brief summary about the benefits of juggling and the logistics of the 3 Ball Cascade. Then, we get everyone up and involved as we do a quick hands‐on introduction and warm up. As a group, we start with one ball, work up to two balls, then continue with 3 balls, giving one‐on‐one attention as needed. Once we establish a rhythm with our students and they are ready to move beyond the 3 Ball Cascade we will begin to teach other juggling patterns and tricks. Near the end of the class we will bring out other props for the class to use. Including: Juggling Scarves, Juggling Rings, Spinning Plates, Buugeng and Contact Juggling Balls.

Juggling has many benefits that include, but are not limited to:

  • Sharpens focus and concentration
  • Increases dexterity and coordination
  • It is a great cardiovascular workout and is one of the most relaxing forms of aerobic exercise
  • Helps fight anxiety and depression
  • It is a portable workout
  • It is Scientifically proven to increase both white and grey matter in your brain
  • Studies suggest that juggling helps prevent Alzheimer’s
  • Engages problem solving skills
  • Helps to relieve stress

Juggle for Wellness is a fun, fast paced workshop that is sure to bring you a few laughs, smiles, and wins! What typically begins with a group of quiet individuals will end with a lively group of people laughing, smiling, juggling, learning and growing.

Delia Danae Rawdon is an out and visible Transgender Woman living in Los Angeles. She works as an Actress and Performance Artist. Delia enjoys expansive scenic views, object manipulation and family days in the park. She is an Advocate for the LGBT community and continuously strives to break through the social constructs and barriers that society has put upon us.

Sarah Rawdon is a CIS gender woman living in Los Angeles. She works as a Project Manager for a Health Care IT firm and is on the Global Steering Committee for LGBT Employees within her Organization. She is a Queer Advocate that enjoys Vintage Fashion, performing Flow Arts and spending time with her family. She has been in a committed relationship with Delia since long before she transitioned, and they have three amazing children together. Their objective is to help other couples and families not only survive through transition but thrive long throughout transition.