FREE danced-based exercise class for the over ’50s

NEW FOR SEPTEMBER – A FREE DANCE BASED EXERCISE CLASS FOR OLDER PEOPLE

Do you enjoy dancing? do you like exercising to music, would you like to meet and get to know new people in your local area?

What is this?

This dance based class is primarily aimed at those people who are over fifty who prefer to stay fit by dancing or who would like to add a dance class to their fitness regime; those who have difficulty moving – having arthritis for example and those who would like to work with a group to do their exercise. There are clear benefits from choosing dance as an exercise form, proven by science. Dance not only challenges and develops the body physically but also develops the brain as well – new pathways are made in the brain when we learn something new. Double the benefit – keep your brain active as well as your body!

The class is designed to:
Develop your balance and co-ordination

Help you strengthen and tone your muscles

Safely raise your heart and breathing  rate to improve circulation

Improve the movement in your joints and flexibility in your muscles

Help you have fun, meet new people and make friends

Chair based exercises will be part of the class for those with limited mobility.

If you know of someone older who might like to do this class, please let them know about it.

When & where is the class?

The class will be held on Wednesdays from 11am – 12pm at Haggerston Community Centre, 8 Lovelace Street, London E8 4FF

How much is the class?

FREE – this class is funded by L&Q.

This class is also open to those who are under fifty who would like to take advantage of this  opportunity to get out and meet new people.

How to join:

Complete the form on the “Contact” page of this website

Email: amanda@albiondance.co.uk

In person: sign the contact sheet at Haggerston Community Centre, * Lovelace Street, E8 4FF

Phone: call Amanda on 07562659133 and leave a clear message with your phone number and name.

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