Lets face the music and dance!

Dancing is a great way of having fun, keeping fit and active and socialising at any age.   Dancing has a way of taking your cares away and it feels good to the soul, dancing also has some major health perks. Research shows dancing can improve your mental health by boosting your overall happiness.

Dancing can improve cardiovascular health, increase stamina, strengthen bones and muscles,  improve balance, improves cognition and memory recall and can stave off illnesses.

Have you ever considered taking a dance class? We offer an option for those who are not so athletic to get some great exercise.

‘You don’t stop dancing because you grow old, you grow old because you stop dancing!’

Fun fitness classes for anyone over the age of 18yrs with PDT and Turn D'Up. Sessions incorporate various Latin and RnB dance moves in an aerobic structure working the following areas; Upper & Lower body, Cardio and Core strengthening. Expect to get a sweat on with these classes!
Creative Movement
Creative Movement
A creative dance class for those over 50 who want to express themselves through movement to keep them active and meet new friends. With an aim to improving overall well being this session can be done either seated or standing
Funded by Vale of Glamorgan Council and UnLtd.
Tai Chi
Tai Chi
This NEW class improves mental health and physical well being for older people focusing on the mind, breath and movement to create a calm, natural balance of energy. It loosens and strengthens joints and muscles, rejuvenates the mind, body & spirit, improves concentration as well as helping blood pressure problems and balance.
This NEW class brings Strength, Flexibility and Balance both on and off the mat. The style of yoga is Hatha based focussing upon techniques to nurture, reconnect mind & body, learn to let go relax and start to breathe life back into your lives.

There is a dancer in all of us

Don’t get intimidated because you feel like you’re not a good dancer. Who cares?   It’s about you moving your body in your way not like the rest of the people in the class.  Zone out and focus on how great you feel and that no one is judging your abilities.

Positive Notes

  • "You lose your inhibitions and it stimulates your imagination"

    Julie Turner Elder Dancer
  • "I would like to say how much I enjoy your creative dance sessions.  I find the warming up section at the beginning invigorating.  Its only a short session of easy movements but brings the body to life.       For me having to build up a routine by remembering sets of sequences, stirring the "grey cells" as it were, is truly helping me on a daily basis"

    Merryl Jones Elder Dancer
  • "Excellent venue great friendly people, impeccable service with a smile, very welcoming."

    Joanne Thompson Zen Tutor

Sweat Together

Give it a go!


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