By Haddenham Webteam - 9th May 2016 9:00am
Do you enjoy working out, with the added buzz of doing so to the beat of great music and with lots of other like-minded folk? Then local Jazzercise sessions are going to be a great option for you.
Jazzercise was the original dance party workout, founded in Chicago in 1969, and today the organisation has grown into one of the world's leading dance fitness companies. Their program can change your body and your life. According to local Jazzercise leader, Janey Enticott: "You'll feel results after three classes and you'll stay with it. With constantly changing moves, new beats, a variety of classes and calorie-crushing intensity, the average person sticks with Jazzercise for seven years. Why? Because it works!"
Mondays and Thursdays
9.30-10.30am, Haddenham Village Hall, Dance Mixx.
A very friendly class, suitable for all ages and levels of fitness, 40 minutes of dance cardio and 20 minutes of strength training for a whole body workout. You can attend as many of our classes per week as you like in Haddenham, Longwick, Thame and Chinnor. More details here
5.00-6.00 pm Haddenham St Mary's C of E School, Team Dance.
A class specially tailored for 11-17 yr olds. The same great music and moves, but with time to break down the steps and work on correct technique when doing light strength training in a non competitive environment. This is also a suitable activity for Duke of Edinburgh Awards as the Physical element.
£5 per class, or sign up for the term at the reduced price of £4.
More information on Facebook: Junior Jazzercise Haddenham and Longwick.
Classes start back on 6th January. More details here
Janey also provides after-school clubs at Haddenham St Mary's and the Community Junior School. These combine great dance moves with games and education to encourage children to enjoy exercise and healthy habits.
If you want to contact Janey direct, her email is: email@example.com
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