Word of the week: Dancing

What a great word to start off the new year!

There’s a dancer in all of us. In fact, it’s probably one of the first things we all did  when we were tottering around as babies and heard music for the first time.  Back then we didn’t really care what we looked like, we simply moved and jigged however felt best.

And, for me, that’s what dance is all about – freedom of expression, connecting pleasure with  movement and music, a ‘lifting of spirits’, and ….. having fun.

Dancing is going to be bigger than ever this year. Why?

  • Everyone in the UK  is invited to dance during Big Dance Week (7 – 15 July) to mark the countdown to London Olympics fortnight
  • It’s been proven, sitting for too long is dangerous for your health – find out the truth about sitting down
  • And…. best of all, I’m helping to spread the word through dancing with Nia!

Remember …….stifling an urge to dance is bad for your health – it rusts your spirit and your hips – Terri Guillemets

Britain used to be a moderate, good-natured, and fundamentally calm country, which celebrated its practical judgment and resistance to utopianism. Three years of culture war have basically driven it insane https://t.co/bE7AcqMWDT

Brutal and brilliant analysis of @borisjohnson by someone who knows him well ... “Almost the only people who think Johnson a nice guy are those who do not know him.” https://t.co/o6jo6F6CpY

Today "Our Trees" - a docu-drama about the awesome Sheffield Tree campaigners & their fight to save Sheffield's trees - aired on @BBCRadio4. 'Heartwood', a poem I wrote in protection of the trees, was part of it.
The poem's below––& the programme's here: https://t.co/LKWF0cutf7 https://t.co/DII2bACQ7C

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