Free dance classes in aid of We are Bromley Week

PUBLISHED: 10:29 24 August 2016 | UPDATED: 10:29 24 August 2016




A number of events are taking place this week to celebrate the borough and help the vulnerable

Community spirit is being celebrated around the borough as a week of free events kicks off in support of a Bromley food charity.

We are Bromley Week 2016 (22 - 28 August 2016) is sponsored by intu Bromley and co-ordinated by Citygate Food+, a Bromley based initiative which provides food and material needs to the most vulnerable.

A free dance taster will be part of the mix, where instructor Carolyn William will be offering a free holistic exercise class to the people of Bromley this Sunday, 28 August.

The Nia Inner Goddess classes involve low impact, mindful dance, martial arts and yoga-inspired movement practice to soulful music. Fusing dance and martial arts with the healing practice of yoga, Nia helps to improve strength and flexibility.

Carolyn, who is a licensed Nia teacher, explains: “Nia Inner Goddess is a really inclusive way for people to exercise effectively but gently. The classes are designed to be a fun experience, allowing participants to explore body awareness and release inhibitions.”

She added: “I love seeing people who have come into the class feeling tense and stressed, leave with a feeling of lightness and joy. It’s so rewarding, and I’m thrilled to be able to offer that experience to more people with my new classes.”

The free taster session is being offered at the end of the first ever We Are Bromley Week, on Sunday, 28 August at Chantry Studios, 20 Chantry Lane, Bromley, BR2 9QL between 2.30-3.30pm.

To book into the free session, contact Carolyn William on 07999 357008 or

Find out more about the week’s events at

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