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Keep fit AND enjoy your hen weekend!

There are plenty of ways to stay in shape these days. Lots of people will try different diets. Others will go down the gym. But how about dancing?

 

Dancing is a great way to exercise and keep in trim. And many brides want to do just that: so they can look perfect for the big day. So if you want to do something energetic before the wedding, how about a hen weekend of dance?

 

There are plenty of different dance styles to consider for a hen weekend. So you’re sure to find something just right for you and your friends. From cheerleading to Bollywood via burlesque and pole dancing, there are plenty of different things to try.

 

There are even classes where you can recreate moves from your favourite films and shows: such Grease, Dirty Dancing and Glee. And each form of dance offers great ways to exercise. It’s a great start to a hen weekend full of fun and laughs.

 

The beauty of dancing – whether it’s part of a hen weekend or just for fun – is you won’t even notice you’re exercising. You’ll be having too much fun to notice you’re keeping fit at the same time.

 

Dancing is a big hit at the moment with dancing shows like Britain’s Got Talent, Got to Dance and Strictly Come Dancing on the television. And it’s inspiring many women to strut their stuff and try something different. It’s a really good alternative to going to the gym.

 

Vanessa Robinson is the Events Manager at Pink Kiss, the themed dance specialists. She says: ‘Every bride wants to look perfect for her special day. Exercise like dancing can be just the thing if you want to watch your figure and have a great time while you’re doing it.

 

‘At Pink Kiss, we offer a wide range of classes to cover every taste. They’re open to people with all kinds of fitness levels. If you have any concerns about exercising with a particular condition, we always recommend checking with a doctor first.’

 

But it doesn’t have to stop with the hen weekend. If you’ve been bitten by the dancing bug, you can repeat your new routine on the wedding day. Your fellow guests are sure to love it.