Dal­mally

The Oban Times - - Districts -

MEM­BERS of a Dal­mally ex­er­cise class re­ceived an un­ex­pected con­fi­dence boost last week, when singer Amy MacDon­ald praised their ef­forts in danc­ing to her lat­est sin­gle.

The Scot­tish star’s at­ten­tion was drawn to a video clip of the Zumba class, led by in­struc­tor Do­rah Mothae-Hall, af­ter class mem­ber Kim­berly-Anne MacGil­livray posted it on Twit­ter, with the mes­sage: ‘Amaz­ing fun Zumba rou­tine cre­ated by my in­struc­tor Do­rah to @Amy_ Macdon­ald.’

Within min­utes of the Dream On video be­ing posted, a re­ply from Amy ap­peared: ‘I love this. Look­ing awe­some ladies.’

Kim­berly-Anne said: ‘I was ec­static when I saw she had replied. I ab­so­lutely love my Zumba class. Do­rah makes it so much fun that it doesn’t even seem like a work­out.’

Do­rah re­cently qual­i­fied as a Zumba in­struc­tor, and her Wed­nes­day classes at Dal­mally Com­mu­nity Cen­tre have been a hit, with more than 30 lo­cals of all ages (from 11 to 70) at­tend­ing reg­u­larly.

The video was recorded by eight-year- old Billy Camp­bell, whose mum, Caro­line, at­tends the class. It was shared on­line with the per­mis­sion of mem­bers.

Dal­mally’s Zumba class with tu­tor Do­rah Mothae-Hall.

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