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Dance Taster Sessions, Workshops & Classes

Date: 8 Jun 2011

A new addition to the 'Physical Activity & Sport Offer'!

Dance taster sessions, workshops and classes

Fun, Fitness, Wellbeing, Team Building, Socialising

Always fancied having a go at dancing but not sure where to start? The Works Dance and Theatre Cornwall is the dance and theatre development agency for the county. We have knowledge of the wide range of classes and workshops happening across the county and can point you in the right direction. We can also deliver tailor-made dance taster sessions and workshops to suit the needs of yourself and your colleagues. These could take place in your workplace at lunch time or after work, at your event, or in a local sports centre or other suitable venue. We can cater for all levels of experience and a wide range of styles including Salsa , Tango, Jive and other social dances, Flamenco, Hip Hop, Zumba, Contemporary, Ballet and many others.

All we need to run the session is a suitable space and at least 5 people!

Please get in touch to discuss your requirements: Saffy Setohy, Dance Partnership Development Officer at The Works Saffy@dtcworks.co.uk or 01872261770

www.danceandtheatrecornwall.co.uk

 

Casestudy

“Public Health England South West is delighted to showcase the workplace wellbeing case studies from Cornwall and Isle of Scilly as exemplars of good practice in support of the: ‘Mental health toolkit for employers’, ‘Musculoskeletal health in the workplace’, ‘Reducing the risk of suicide: a preventative toolkit for employers’ and ‘Crisis management in the event of a suicide: a postvention guide for employers’.  Cornwall and Isle of Scilly has a long track record of leading the way in supporting local employers develop approaches that create healthy workplaces which meet the quality mark standards required to receive the prestigious ‘health and wellbeing in the workplace’ award.”

Professor Kevin Elliston, Deputy Director Health & Wellbeing South West

Occupational Health

Where occupational health was provided, 39% of companies recorded a decline in short-term absence, whilst 28% experienced a reduction in long-term absence [CIPD 2008].

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