danceSing to Attend 400 Yard Event

 

Active & Indepedent Living Programme

The danceSing team is excited to be involved at next week’s Active & Independent Living Programme 400 Yard Event.

The event which is held at Hampden Park on Thursday 1st February from 9.30am – 4.30pm will promote active and healthy living to the community by showcasing all that our city has to offer to make keeping fit, healthy and independent easier than ever. We all know how important it is to keep our body and mind in top shape, and there are so many resources out there to help us do so. There truly is something to suit everyone, and danceSing is delighted to bring happiness, fitness and fun to lots of members already.

Trainers on mat at danceSing class

danceSing will be sharing advice and tips as part of the Community Matters session. Plus, there will be lots of helpful and practical help on keeping active from a variety of partners. The event intends to provide people with physical activity resources and ideas for people of all ages.

We encourage members to come along to enjoy the day! It would be great to have your support during our short presentation and we may have a little surprise in store too… We look forward to seeing you there.

You can find out more about AILP 400 Yard Event here.

 


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Health Statement - Your Health & Wellbeing

  1. The danceSing On Demand programme is physically demanding. You must listen to your body and work at a level that is appropriate to your health and ability. Take breaks when needed and keep hydrated, ensure you have space to workout, clear of any objects, loose floor coverings, pets, children, other people, or equipment not currently in use.
  2. Only you can know if you are in a suitable physical condition to safely perform this exercise program and follow the nutrition plan. If you have any doubt at all, consult your doctor or physician before you take part in danceSing On Demand to assess your physical suitability. Follow all safety instructions before and during this or any fitness plan.
  3. If at any time you feel pain, discomfort, dizziness or nausea, you should slow down and stop exercising slowly. Then consult your medical provider.
  4. If exercising with a child, please assess the suitability of the exercise program first and consult with the child’s doctor or physician to confirm that they are physically fit to take part in danceSing On Demand. If at any time your child experiences pain, discomfort, dizziness or nausea, you should instruct them to slow down and stop exercising slowly. Again, then consult your child’s medical provider.
  5. If you are pregnant or have any underlying or special medical conditions you must first consult a doctor or physician to seek medical advice and confirm you understand the risks, contraindications, and complications of using this programme. Failure to do so could result in significant injury to you and others (including, if applicable, your unborn child).

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