Dance Party an introduction to year long dance fun
Dancing is good exercise, makes the brain work and is fun. Dance has been part of the human culture forever, whether it was for rituals or celebrations. Most dancing today is done for recreation as an enjoyable way to be more physically active and stay fit.
People of all ages, shapes and sizes can dance, which can provide a wide range of physical and mental benefits. These can include improved condition of your heart and lungs, increased muscular strength, tone, endurance and motor fitness, help with weight management, stronger bones and reduced risk of osteoporosis. Dancing can improve balance, coordination, agility and flexibility. It is also a great way to socialize, meet and make new friends.
There are many forms of dancing, such as two stepping, waltzing, walking to the beat of the music or doing choreographed footwork. These dance forms will be demonstrated and taught at a new-dancer level on September 27. The dancers and teachers helping the new dancers were at one time in those same shoes too and sometimes still are. There are many websites and youtube videos to see if you are on the computer. Go to the Canadian Square and Round Dance Society website (https://csrds.ca) and under Dancing, information and videos are available.
Admission is free to come and try out the different dance styles of social, square and round dance. The Southwest Sask. Square and Round Dance Zone 6 Club is hosting a Dance Party on Friday, September 27 from 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at Knox Hall gym, First United Church. All ages are welcome, you don’t need to have a partner and dress is casual. Lunch and social time to follow. Admission is free.
For more information call Renz at 306778-2197, Donna at 306-773-6081 or Bernice at 306-773-2939.