Line Dancing is all about having fun while exercising the body and the brain.
LEGENDS Linedancing is targeted at the older people in the community, although all ages are welcome.
It is designed to give seniors an outlet where they can come for some gentle exercise without the stress of a full-on line dance class. The music is generally slower and the dance sequences are shorter to give the most enjoyable effect, while still allowing our bodies to get the movement they need to maintain good health.
Our bodies thrive on movement and our minds similarly, thrive on thought. Linedancing gives our bodies the movement they need to stay supple. Although Linedancing is not the very best way of exercising our brains, it is still ONE OF THE BEST ways.
A big advantage of Linedancing is that we don’t need a partner. Another is that you are with a group of like minded people who are there with you to have fun, so we cover the social aspect of your life.
Seniors Linedancing started in 2010 when Volunteer Task Force contacted Geoff asking if he could help them by providing a series of line dance lessons for a group of VTF members, some of whom had mobility and other health problems. After giving the matter some thought, Geoff decided he could do that, as he had been teaching several popular line dances in his rock’n’roll dance classes as warm-ups for his students. The series, held at Piney Lakes Centre in Winthrop was so successful that VTF have so far booked Geoff for many more series. Geoff was also so encouraged by the health, vitality and stamina improvements in the first group [some of whom were actually very elderly] that he has been moved to offer similar courses/services to various city councils and retirement villages and results are now coming through to good effect.
We dance to all styles of music – rock & roll, latin, country, pop – you name it!
Contact Geoff on 0419790799 or email email@example.com
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