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  • Get Into the Groove at Our Dance 4 All Sessions

    Get Into the Groove at Our Dance 4 All Sessions

    We may mostly be stuck indoors at the moment, but those lovely people at Sheffield Cycling 4 All have taken steps to create a moving experience for you – their brand new Dance 4 All sessions starting on Friday February 5th! These classes are led by Sheffield based dance teacher Angelina Abel and are designed to break barriers through movement and storytelling to vibrant African rhythms. They are tailored to suit all different abilities and fitness levels, with seated and standing options for each dance move

  • Good Vibrations - Thank you for your Dance Donations

    Good Vibrations - Thank you for your Dance Donations

    Dance music fans took steps to raise more than £700 for Disability Sheffield by taking part in a lockdown disco party on 25 April. So we would like to say a big thank you to Tom Collister , our Cycling 4 All Co-ordinator and DJ on the night – AKA Moonmonkey – and everyone who ‘boogied with a smile’ and danced along to support us.

  • 'Second Wave' of Dance To Health Sessions.

    Take steps to stay as fit as possible in more free dancing sessions taking place at Firvale Community Hub on Wednesdays from 1.15-3.15 and Balfour House, Stocksbridge on Thursdays from 1.30-3.30pm plus female-only sessions on Mondays from 1.30-3.3opm at the U-Mix Centre, Asline Road, Lowfield. Get Dancing!!

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