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Achieve your New Year’s Resolutions with us this Year!

Posted by Grace on 04 Jan 2019 in Déda

We want to help you make 2019 your year!  

We picked out a few of the most common New Year’s resolutions that Déda might be able to help you with.

A recent poll taken by BUPA listed the top ten New Year’s resolutions for the UK as the following:

  1. Exercise more (38%)
  2. Lose weight (33%)
  3. Eat more healthily (32%)
  4. Take a more active approach to health (15%)
  5. Learn new skill or hobby (15%)
  6. Spend more time on personal wellbeing (12%)
  7. Spend more time with family and friends (12%)
  8. Drink less alcohol (12%)
  9. Stop smoking (9%)
  10. Other (1%)

Scroll down to see what we have to offer the resolutions in bold…

  1. Exercise more

The secrets to exercising more are practicing little and often, and finding a sport that you enjoy! Make time for an hour a week in Commerical Salsa or Ballet. Our 5 for 4 offer means the more you dance, the more you save!

  2.      Lose weight

If you want a fun way to get in shape why not waltz the weight away and get fitter in our Ballroom and Latin class? Researchers from the American Heart Association in Chicago reported that dancing the waltz three times a week for eight weeks was as effective in improving heart function as exercising on a treadmill or bicycle for the same period.

  3.       Eat more healthily

Trying Veganuary? Why not try our tasty Falafel board to eat in or a Hummus and Roasted Mediterranean Veg sandwich to go! Not just for veggies, our light and airy CUBE cafe has a range of delicious healthy sweet and savoury treats sourced locally as much as possible.   

  4.   Take a more active approach to health

As we mentioned in our May Blog, dance is a fun way to keep fit with so many benefits beyond toning up that other sports and exercise cannot offer. Exercising in groups can improve your mood simply through the action of dancing in sync with others, while dance has also been linked to a 76% reduction in dementia risk.

  5.  Learn new skill or hobby

Have you always wanted to learn to dance or would you just like to leave your comfort zone? The majority of our classes are drop in so you can try them out and see if you like them before committing!

  6. Spend more time on personal wellbeing

From stretching, breathing and meditating in our drop in Hatha Yoga classes and Pilates Level 1 course, to improving your mind set and outlook in our weekly Mindfulness workshop - we want to help you find time for yourself. For a more in depth look at your mental wellbeing why not check out our 5 hour Mindfulness and NLP workshop this January.

  7. Spend more time with family and friends

Start a class with a friend. Come to a performance or event with a loved one. Have a coffee and catch up in the CUBE cafe. Déda is the perfect place to spend quality time with your loved ones.  

We hope we can help you achieve your resolutions in 2019! Send us an email on info@deda.uk.com or call our friendly team on 01332 37091 if you would like any advice on classes that you would like to try.



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