Online Sessions

Dance to Health Online is a weekly fun and creative dance session especially tailored to people over 55 years old. It's a fun alternative to the gym with easy to follow along steps. Join in from the comfort of your own home and meet one of our friendly and talented Dance Artists. They will take you through the safe and effective exercises which boost strength and balance, building your muscles to help prevent falls.

See below for the sessions running now 



For New Participants

We are excited to be offering a new weekly Zoom class open to all in Cheshire on Wednesday mornings at 10am with Bettina Carpi. There is a free taster session for this class on Tuesday July 28th. Email us at to join the taster. 

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For our Regular Participants

Dance to Health Online sessions are in place for our regular participants, with all the evidence-based, high-quality content you expect from Dance to Health. Mobilisation, endurance, strength and balance, choreographed to fun music and a chance to chat and socialise with the online group at the end.

Now running in Birmingham, Sheffield and Norfolk .

  • Birmingham Ladywood Zoom Class - Friday morning with Jenny Murphy
  • Sheffield St Augustine's Zoom Class - Wednesday with Charlie Armitage or Monday with Lucy Haighton
  • Norfolk Zoom Class - Wednesday morning with Xenoula Eleftheriades and Thursday morning with Charlotte Haddon
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