The perfect start to energise your day. Mid impact class with no floor work to encourage flexibility and coordination.

Imagine you are back in the disco – disco tunes AND flashing lights!

What to bring: Please wear suitable non slip footwear – trainers are fine and bring a drink of water.

Tutor: Lucy Kelleher

Lucy enjoys teaching dance, drama, art and craft for all members of the community. As a former Primary School teacher, Lucy has taught across the primary age range, but is equally at home teaching adults. Lucy really loves tap dancing and has been dancing for well over 30 years! She has gone through a few pairs of tap shoes!!

Dancing is proven to have a positive impact on both physical and mental health and is a great way to have fun. Lucy teaches several genres of dance including tap, musicals, dancercise for Mencap and co teaches dance for Parkinsons and wheelchair dancing. Lucy also teaches keep fit classes in the form of DiscoFit, Parkinsons exercise and chair-obics. Lucy also enjoys arts and crafts and has taught Tiny Fingers, Art for Parkinsons and craft sessions for Mencap.

Lucy is involved in the amateur dramatic scene locally and has performed, directed and/or choreographed for Christchurch Gilbert and Sullivan Society, Milton Musical Society and New Forest Players.  She can also often be found entertaining at local care homes.  She also performs (or persuades class attendees to perform) for charity and have raised funs for Oakhaven Hopsice, MacMIllan Caring Locally, MacMillan Cancer Care and Children in Need.   You may also be interested to read that Lucy appeared on Sky’s “Got To Dance” show and also took part in the opening ceremony of the London Paralympics 2012.

Tickets: £6.50 weekly

Sessions: Friday 19 April - 28 June (No class 31 May) & 2 August - 23 August 8.45am - 9.30am

  • Disco ball

Dates and times

  1. Fri 2 Aug 2024
    8:45am
  2. Fri 9 Aug 2024
    8:45am
  3. Fri 16 Aug 2024
    8:45am
  4. Fri 23 Aug 2024
    8:45am
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