19 January 2012
Tea dances with benefits
Get your dancing shoes on down to the Burgess Hall to enjoy new Tea Dance events filled with Ballroom, Sequence and Party dances.
Dancing is a great way to socialise and have fun with partners and friends but there are also numerous health benefits to staying light on your feet. Being a low impact form of exercise, dancing works your muscles and loosens your joints without making it feel like hard work. Dancing also increases bone mass, flexibility and helps to improve your body’s balance and control.
The most important thing about dance is that it is fun and has a great social aspect to it. You don’t have to be an expert in Ballroom, Sequence or Party dances, but what is required is an open mind to try new experiences.
Tea Dances are held at the Burgess Hall on a monthly basis to be enjoyed with partners and friends, with tea and biscuits included to keep up the energy levels. The compére for the afternoons is Mr John Ayling who will ensure that your dancing shoes enjoy themselves.
The first Tea Dance will be on Monday 23rd January, 2.00pm to 4.30pm at the Burgess Hall, Westwood Road, St Ives. No booking required, just pay £3.50 on the door and enjoy the afternoon delights.