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By alliancedanceunit, Aug 5 2015 06:34PM

We would like to say well done to all of our students for having such a productive term. We will return to classes in September so please look out for news & updates on our Facebook page. We are still in the process of fundraising, so if you have any great ideas, let us know next time you're at dance! - Don't forget to subscribe to our channel on YouTube and follow our other networks such as Twitter & Instagram.

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We are a West London Performing Arts company specialising in Urban/Hip-Hop dance styles. Our aim is to bridge the gap between self doubt and self belief, giving individuals the motivation and direction needed in order to progress. Over the past 5 years, we have worked with 1000's of people from all ages and backgrounds. Our network continues to grow both on and off the stage and is made up of individuals of various ages, abilities and ethnicities.


We have turned nervous dancers into bold performing artists in a short space of time. It's really great to see students progressing and working as a team... striving to complete certain tasks throughout the year.


Over the years, our commitment has earned us various awards and accolades some of which include "The vInspired Bringing Communities Together Award, National Federation of ALMO's Award and the Family Heroes Award."


We are recognised by our local MP's, the Mayor of London and the Prime Minister for our services in London.

The Benefits of joining Alliance Dance Unit


Dance helps you learn about your body while improving your posture and balance


Dancing reduces stress levels as it takes the mind away from negativity and replaces it with creativity


Greater self-confidence, self-esteem and improved muscle tone


Stronger bones and reduced risk of osteoporosis


Dancing aids co-ordination and helps strengthen our reflexes


Studies have shown that dancing can reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure and type 2 diabetes

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