Dancing away the lockdown blues
Whether your preference is disco, burlesque or Sean Nós, dancing is one of the best ways to keep fit, get in shape and, above all, to lift your mood
We may have just started our third, and probably most difficult, lockdown, but according to some, the key to feeling relaxed and carefree is to ‘dance as if no one is watching’. And it’s fair to say that whether we have two left feet or are no stranger to throwing Ginger Roger shapes on the dance floor, a bit of a boogie never fails to raise the mood.
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