After every session I feel so wonderful and full of energy!
Regular dancing is great for keeping active, maintaining strong bones, improving posture and muscle strength, increasing balance and co-ordination, and beating stress.
The NHS have produced a helpful guide for beginners to help get you started in dancing (including wheelchair dancing), to introduce you to some popular dance styles taught in the UK, and to help you find a dance class in your area. Read the Dance for fitness guide.
Dance On Doncaster
Get Doncaster Moving fund a programme called 'Dance On Doncaster' to encourage people aged over 55 years old to get active and have fun through local dance classes.
Dance classes take place weekly and are suitable for any fitness level and those who are new to dancing! The sessions are run by professional dancers who are experienced in supporting older adults to exercise through dance.
Classes take place weekly in Edlington, Stainforth, Auckley, The Point (Doncaster town centre), and Bessacarr.
Visit the Dance On website for details of the class timetable.
Dance On at Home
If you can't make it to a session, have a look at the dedicated webpage where you'll find warm-ups, cool downs and a variety of dance styles to build your own routines at home.
Dance On the Airwaves
Get your weekly Dance On boost over the radio and get moving and grooving at home with 102.6 Sine FM! Every Wednesday at 3.45pm, join Charlotte Armitage for 10 minutes of accessible, easy to follow audio instructions.