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Media coverage

2019 is set to be a very exciting year for danceSing, with brand new classes opening up all over Scotland. We are delighted to have kicked off 2019 with some great online coverage in the Scotsman. We have ambitious growth plans and are excited to be gaining momentum all over the country for our new year term, beginning 7th January.

A fitness and wellbeing firm founded by a former Scottish Ballet dancer has expanded to five new locations across Scotland, almost doubling its footprint. danceSing, which provides fitness classes based on a model that combines dance, song and pilates, has grown from six to 11 locations in and around the Central Belt, and plans to secure an additional ten sites in 2019, including in north-east England…”

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