This time of year there are so many opportunities to eat, ahem, overeat! Of course I love food as much as the next person, but health has become more important to me as I age. And one way to enjoy food (and I mean wholesome Real food) even more, is to deserve it, by exercising. What better way than to dance. Be the one to get the music on, get people off the sofa and dancing and moving and grooving.
A bonus: dancing has been shown to ward off brain diseases and increase mental acuity at all ages. Participating in dancing can dramatically reduce the occurrence of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.
I love this snippet of a video I shot live last Saturday, in Kings Langley. It shows Festive Cheer, yes, but also music, movement and magic…mmm…those 3 wonderful components of Nia, as well as a good dose of playfulness and humour….thank you David.
If you haven’t yet experienced Nia, maybe you’ve been thinking about it for some time, heard about it from a friend or even a relative on the other side of the world…maybe now’s the time to jump in.
We have 2 more ‘one-off’ classes this year in the Kings Langley area on Monday 19th at 11.00 at YMCA Abbots Langley or Thursday 29th at 09.15 Kings Langley Community Centre. Drop in? Give it a go? For more Nia joy, celebration and living life to the full come over to my Eat Dance Shine group https://www.facebook.com/eatdanceshine/
Spring Term Nia classes begins on Thursday January 5th
And please post below your successes at getting folks up off the sofa and dancing!