Did you start the New Year full of good intentions about getting fitter and slimmer? These are always in the top three resolutions, but for many of us it doesn’t take long to lose our resolve.
Committing to an exercise regime, especially if you have to pay for the privilege, is usually a sure way to stay committed and achieve your goals. Another way is to enjoy what you’re doing long enough to see the benefits i.e. the weight coming off and revived energy levels.
Donaheys Dance School in Tameside has put a great new program in place to give you just that boost. It’s a Dance Fusion® fitness class that requires no skill or experience and you don’t even need a partner. The sessions are group orientated and teacher Amy keeps the high energy up with popular tracks through the ages. This means it also appeals to young and old, so everyone’s welcome.
“All you have to do is move to the music,” says Amy “And have some fun. We’ll teach you steps to maximise your energy, fitness and enjoyment.”
Donaheys also ask participants to take part in their ‘jukebox request’ and ask for tracks they’d like to hear. So whether your favourite is an old classic like Disco Inferno or a modern high energy track like Will-i-am and Britney’s Scream and Shout, you get to dance to it.
Monday night’s Dance Fusion® session is like a party, a Dance through the Decades party in Tameside’s premier ballroom – Dukinfield Town Hall. And you’ll be partying for an hour, learning new steps and routines toning your whole body as you go. Dancing is a great cardiovascular work out building up your heart strength too.
Don’t worry we’ll warm you up at the beginning and keep it lively and interesting. You won’t want to slack off from this class.
Come and join us at Dukinfield Town Hall between 7pm – 8pm on Mondays. No special clothes necessary but please leave the high heels, flip flops and steel heels or caps at home!
It’s a bargain for so much fun: just £6 per fitness session or 5 for £25.
Did you know that an hour’s dancing can help you burn 700 calories – now that can’t be bad can it?