Classes

CLASSES

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Dance classes to keep seniors active and enjoying life!
Classes aimed at people 60 years and older

We are delighted to have been approved for the Community Group Strength & Balance Programme as our classes meet all nine of the effectiveness criteria established by the Technical Advisory Group to reduce the falls in older people

When:  Classes follow school terms

MONDAYS: 10:00 – 11:00am in Mt Albert + Improvers class at 11:15
TUESDAYS: 10:00 – 11:00am at Te Oro in Glen Innes 
WEDNESDAYS: 11:00am – 12:00 noon in East Tamaki 
THURSDAYS: 10:30 – 11.30am in Remuera 
FRIDAYS: 10:00 – 11:00am in New Lynn 

All classes follows school terms
Come 15 minutes early to enroll
Wear clothes you can move in and soft shoes
Bring a water bottle to keep hydrated

Where:

Monday class 10:00am at St Luke’s Church Hall, 704 New North Rd, Mt Albert, Auckland taught by Susan Jordan, susan@seniorsdance.nz

Tuesday class 10:00am at Te Oro, 98 Line Rd., Glen Innes, Auckland taught by Steev Laufilitoga Maka, info@teoro.org.nz

Wednesday class 11:00am at Children’s Musical Theatre Studio, 90 Springs Rd, East Tamaki taught by Susanne Dell, susanne.rossiter@gmail.com

Thursday classes 10:30am at St Aidan’s Church Hall, 5 Ascot Ave, Remuera, Auckland taught by Sue MacRae. sue_macrae@hotmail.com

Friday class 10:00am at New Lynn Scout Hall, 37 Margan Ave, New Lynn, Auckland taught by Sue MacRae, sue_macrae@hotmail.com

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Cost:

Classes are $10 with $7 for those CSC holders now paid by the term.  Classes at Te Oro, Glen Innes are $5. Mt Albert classes and now paid by the term.

Class descriptions:

SeniorsDANCE classes for health, fun and social enjoyment!
Classes are taught by professional dance teachers with easy-to-learn movement based on contemporary dance. Learn choreographed dances and sequences to inspirational music
*  Builds balance and coordination
*  Maintains  join mobility
*  Strengthens  muscles
*  Enhances  physical, mental and social well-being
*  Improves memory and thinking processes.