Seniors Dance

All year round

Seniors Dance classes for health, fun and social enjoyment! For 60s+

Classes are taught by professional dance teachers with easy-to-learn movement based on contemporary dance. Learn choreographed dances and sequences to inspirational music.

Dance builds balance and coordination, maintains joint mobility, strengthens muscles, enhances physical, mental and social wellbeing, improves memory and thinking processes and so much more. The movement taught is based on contemporary and creative dance and is not based on ballroom or partner dance.

For those who like to perform, there are opportunities with Seniors Dance Company directed by Susan Jordan. There is no audition process to perform but you need to commit time to rehearsals and performances. Approved for the Community Group Strength & Balance programme as classes meet all nine of the effectiveness criteria established by the Technical Advisory Group to reduce falls in older people. Participants adore the companionship, stretching the body and mind and the smile that they leave with.



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Seniors Dance


Mt Albert and Henderson


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