Line Dancing

Dancing is an excellent way to keep fit and stop those joints from seizing up. It is also a way of relaxing and meeting people.
Margaret Stringer has held Line Dancing sessions in Little Dewchurch village hall at 7 p.m. on Thursdays since September 2003. 

Line Dancing in the village hall

To keep healthy and fit and have fun at the same time, come Line Dancing. It is a good method of keeping fit, and you can put as much or as little exercise as you want into your dancing. It is now recommended by many doctors for gentle heart and lung exercise, for keeping you supple and exercising those muscles. This is particularly beneficial if you do no other form of exercise.

It is also excellent for exercising your memory when learning the dances as well as exercise for your legs. The dances aren't long at all but learning a new dance and brushing up on old ones and reviewing recent ones all help.

You don't need a partner to do line dancing - although we would welcome your friends as well. It is very easy to learn. You'll soon be dancing even if you've never danced before. Beginner dances take only about 5 minutes to learn before you are actually dancing them to music.

Beginner and intermediate levels taught - newcomers always welcome.
Further line dancing in the village hall