Whether you can’t get enough of Strictly or you’ve got two left feet, Christmas is the time of year when most of us can be persuaded to strut our stuff on the dancefloor. Did you know, though, that dancing has some major health benefits? Studies show that it can boost your mood as well as giving you a low-impact workout, which also helps to improve flexibility. Getting down on the dancefloor can release feel-good hormones like endorphins and serotonin, and it’s also a social activity as you persuade the other members of your group to join in.
Dancing is also inclusive, especially at this time of year, so there’s no need to feel embarrassed that you’re no Len Goodman – just moving to the music will make you want to smile and keep moving. Dancing can be a healthier form of exercise that jogging or aerobics, because it doesn’t have the repetitive element that can put a strain on joints. It’s also great for improving balance.
This year, why not bring friends, family or work colleagues along to one of our party nights, held every Friday and Saturday night throughout December (starts 1st December)? You’ll enjoy a delicious three course festive meal, choosing from options such as ducka nd chicken terrine with toasted brioche and roast Goosnargh turkey with all the trimmings (cranberry and thyme stuffing, bacon rolls,
duck fat roast potatoes, vegetables and turkey jus). Vegetarian and gluten-free options are also available. Then, it’s time to push back your chair and slip on your dancing shoes with a disco until midnight in the Lovell suite. A fantastic evening of food, wine, good company and conviviality, which is sure to get you in the mood for Christmas. To find out more or to book (deposit required), just give us a call on 01477 571284.