[Your school Name and Location] is excited to be participating in National Dance Week Foundation’s first-ever flash mob on April 21 st as they help the non-profit organization promote its campaign designed to “celebrate dance and promote fun fitness.”
[Your school Name and Location] is excited to be participating in National Dance Week Foundation’s first-ever flash mob on April 21st as they help the non-profit organization promote its campaign designed to “celebrate dance and promote fun fitness.”
They will be joining other dance schools around the country inviting people in their community to get in on the fun and learn celebrity dancer and choreographer Geo Hubela’sspecial routine.
According to Hubela, who has worked and danced with some of the biggest names in show business including Jenifer Lopez, Pink, and Christina Aguilera, “It’s vital in today’s world to get people, especially children up and active with movement.“
[Your Dance School] to Participate In National Dance Week Flash Mob
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Students of [school name] to take part in National Flash Mob April 21st
That’s why he says he is proud to be a representative for National Dance Week, a non-profit organization founded in 1981 consisting of dance luminaries and organizations created to gain greater recognition for dance as an art form, and has taken time out of his busy schedule to create the original choreography posted on NDW’s website, as well as Facebook and YouTube.
The country-wide group dance event is just a part of a week of activities from April 20th thru 29thdesigned to bring main stream exposure to dance as well as promote health awareness. Dance schools from around the country who participate are encouraged to reach out to the community to stress the importance of exercise and encourage physical activity to combat what many experts refer to as an “obesity epidemic.”
“So many of us spend too much time being sedentary, just sitting in front of the computer or television. National Dance Week’s flash mob and other events are designed to get people together in a physical interaction that gets the blood flowing!”
Hubela stresses that the most important thing for NDW’s Flash Mob to succeed in its mission to “celebrate dance and promote fun fitness” is for everyone to practice the choreography and just participate.
“Whenever I do a flash mob, the thing I see most are the smiles,” he jokes. “You know it’s fun and it feels good--so why not do it?”
Learn Geo’s Special Flash Mob Dance at nationaldanceweek.org
For more information, please contact [school name, studio owner and contact information] or visit nationaldanceweek.org