Déda Pledge Supports New Year Resolutions

Dance and fitness enthusiasts are being given an extra incentive to keep their New Year resolutions with the chance to win six months of classes free of charge at Derby-based regional dance house Déda.

Everyone who signs up to the 12-week social dance, styles and techniques or health and well-being class programme and attends ten of the weekly sessions will receive a free Déda branded water bottle and be put into the prize draw.

Clare Limb, Déda’s Head of Dance Development and Learning explained: “There is always a great deal of interest in our class programme in the New Year with a combination of people making resolutions to learn something new or get fitter and healthier.

“There is also the ‘Strictly’ factor with people being inspired to take up dancing having watched their favourite celebrities do so well on the popular television programme in the run up to Christmas.

“This year we wanted to give people the added incentive to stick to their New Year resolutions with the pledge programme and we hope that this encourages people to stay on track throughout the year.”

There are a wide range of adult classes available at Déda in Chapel Street, starting in January. Call 01332 to find out which classes are part of the Pledge offer as some exclusions apply.

Déda offers a unique class programme from Argentine Tango, Ballroom, and Ballet to Rock’n’roll, Belly dance and Burlesque.

New courses focusing on Aerial skills as well as Physical Theatre sit alongside regular weekly classes in Zumba, Commercial and Contemporary dance.

The body, mind and soul programme, perfect to wash away the excesses of the festive season, includes Pilates, Ashtanga and Iyengar Yoga as well as dance classes for the over-50’s and creative movement for people with disabilities.

There is also a comprehensive and very popular programme for children and young people starting from age six months through to nineteen. The Déda Academy covers styles from contemporary and urban dance through to ballet and aerial skills.

Claire Limb concluded: “With around 50 different classes a week now in the studios at Déda, we are confident that we have something for everyone – whatever their age, tastes or previous experience.

“The class programme is designed to be fun and sociable – giving people the opportunity to make new friends and learn some great dance techniques.”

For more information about the Déda class programme and performances at the dance house, please visit www.deda.uk.com or telephone 01332 370911.

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