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In winter, people usually tend to shut down and conserve energy. They aren't as active or as physically fit as they are in summer. Such laxity, however, could affect their well-being. If you want to maintain good health both physically and emotionally don't let winter keep you from your regime. And if you are among the 50 percent of Irish people who don't exercise at all, winter is as good a time as any to get physical. There are a number of different ways to get fit and healthy and the Kingfisher Club has a wide range of programmes, classes, packages, facilities & equipment to help achieve people of any age achieve their goal – and all this from as little as €9 a week too!
COISCÉIM DANCE Theatre is celebrating 15 years of award-winning productions this year and to mark the occasion it is bringing two new dance works, As You Are and Faun, around the country.
Salsa dancing is an excellent way to stay healthy and fit and who better to do it with than with an experienced, professional, dancer from Latin America. Vitor from Brazil and his colleague Anna have formed Salsamania Ireland (www.salsamania.ie), teaching salsa classes all over the country. He has danced with international and national companies such as Cois Ceim, and was awarded an MA in dance performance from the University of Limerick.
Step By Step Dance School will reopen on January 25 and is currently enrolling for dance classes for children and adults.