Prime Minister David Cameron, trying in August not to over commit government funding to the Olympic legacy in schools, complained that too much school sport is taken up with activities like Indian dance.
However Dorothy Clarke, director of Bollywood Dreamers, has been teaching in schools and children’s groups for the last fifteen years.
Using modern and traditional movements to create fun and expressive dance, her classes, which are suitable for all levels and abilities, include the provision of Indian costumes, explanation of the stories and music involved and performance of a complete dance piece
Dorothy offers half and full day workshops as well as classes at after-school clubs and longer-term preparation for events. To find out more about fitness through dance, as well as cultural understanding, contact her on 01793 600156 or mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Pictured: Dorothy and her dreamers dancing with Olympic mascot Wenlock