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Family Morning & Dance Workshop with Funk It Up Dance School
March 14, 2020 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pmFree – £2
FUNK IT UP Dance School are joining our March Coffee Morning & Family Social
Dance & Movement Psychotherapist, Lottie, will lead a morning of fun, rhythm, and celebration!
We will be running dance workshops for two age groups: 4-7year olds & for 8+, dancing to a variety of music including African and Soul using some props and big materials for a fun filled workshop of movement and dance!
The children will be encouraged to use their whole body to find rhythm in the music. Dancing aims to help find the confidence to express themselves and to connect with others as well as a great way to improve coordination, fitness and muscle memory http://funkitupdance.com/
For more information about Lottie please go to her website www.getfreedancetherapy.com or on instagram https://www.instagram.com/getfreedancetherapy/?hl=en
Make life affirming
Come and join us and have some fun!
Voluntary contribution of £2 per child (aged 4+)
As always the morning will run from 10am-12 with lots of coffee and croissants available! Space available for parents to meet and chat. If you have been to one of our events before please let us know you are coming for the first time and if you would like can introduce you to a buddy parent
The workshops run from 1015-11 (8+) 11-1145 (4-7). Parents welcome to join in too!
Our mornings are all about families coming together to support each other and for the children to have some fun in a safe environment with similar others. Elmfield school provides an ideal space and benefits from beautiful grounds for all families to make the most of -when the sun shines!
Come and find old friends, meet new ones, share ideas and experiences. If you would like more confidential support or advice about any matter, our counsellor Shelley will always be available on the day to speak to about any matter or at any time via email via Shelley@fcdc.org.uk
As with all our events, children remain the responsibility of their parent or carer
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