Dancing is great fun. It can connect you with others and lift your mood. Research is shedding light on just how much it can benefit your health and wellbeing. When dancing you are multi tasking to a far greater degree than in other activities, really challenging your brain. Dancing has been shown to be better than traditional fitness exercises for improving your muscles and memory, especially as you get older. Research has shown that dancing can improve your balance, coordination and trigger new connections in the brain.
It doesn’t matter how good you are! Dust off those dancing shoes, come along, enjoy the music, have fun and keep fit.
Group Leader Dorothy Dickinson
Venue Gavinton Village Hall
Start Date 12.09.22