Bollywood Dancing

with Hannah Veerapen
Monday 24th
Tuesday 25th
Wednesday 26th
Thursday 27th
Friday 28th
Saturday 29th
Sunday 30th
Fitness - Movement
Who is this class for?


  • Learn the cultural heritage behind the dance of colour and life
  • Feel more energetic and inspired to dance
  • Dance from the comfort of your own living room
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The class will become available to join 15 minutes before it is due to start.

2022-01-23T10:00:00Z - 2022-01-23T11:00:00Z
Bollywood Dancing Bollywood Dancing is a great way to keep fit, get active and have fun. Lets the colours, passion and vibrancy of this most popular Indian dance form bring your day to life.
About Bollywood Dance

"Hi, My Name is Hannah and let me bring you day to life with some Bollywood Dancing. Bollywood Dance style incorporates head, neck and body movements, mudras and footwork. Bollywood dance is the name given to the dance-form used in Indian (Hindi) films. The most energetic and colourful Indian dance forms are Bhangra and Garba (originated in the state of Gujarat, India). They merged with other dance forms from around the world, and now is the famous Bollywood dance. Bollywood Dance style is a fusion of various dance styles"

Let me show you the true fun and joy behind this amazing dance form, while teaching you so interesting history of India along the way.

Meet the instructor Hannah Veerapen
Hannah Veerapan is a British Mauritian Dancer. Hannah trained at a high level in a variety of dance styles including ballet, jazz, tap, contemporary, Bollywood and classical Indian dance from a young age and has had many opportunities working in Theatre, TV and Film. Her credits include dancing for ITV's Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway and working on the hit musical Wicked. She is very proud of her Asian heritage and most recently worked as a Bollywood dancer in new feature film starring Emma Thompson and she has also done various work for UK’s leading Bollywood dance company TheBollywoodCo’. Come and learn how to tell stories through Bollywood and classical Indian dance all whilst delving into the rich and colourful history of India.
Geek Notes

Benefits of dancing, a varied multicomponent and cardiovascular exercise, include:

  • Improving balance
  • Improving strength
  • Improving mobility
  • Improving flexibility
  • Improving endurance
  • Maintaining cognition
  • Improving sleep
  • Reducing symptoms of anxiety and depression
  • Improving functional ability
  • Preventing falls.

WHO recommends that people 65 years or older should aim to do multicomponent exercise at least 3 times a week. If you are new to any exercise, start by doing small amounts and adjust how much you do based on your fitness and strength levels.

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