FlamencoNI is dedicated to increasing awareness of Flamenco in Northern Ireland by providing classes in Flamenco dance, guitar, and singing and by bringing authentic Flamenco teachers and performers to N. Ireland. We also provide opportunities for students to travel to Spain and take Flamenco and/or Spanish language classes on an individual or group basis.
FlamencoNI also provides opportunities for students to perform and share this beautiful artform with others. We also provide dancers, guitarists and knowledgable teachers for school activities, international or language days and for other special events, cultural days or international festivals.
In addition and more specifically FlamencoNI dance classes provide opportunities for people of all cultures in N. Ireland to come together and share an activity which increases their social and mental well-being, has long-term health benefits, helps them to find new friends, feel included and become part of our increasingly multicultural society.
Through this website people can also find out about Flamenco dance and guitar classes, workshops, instructors, concerts, events or any other Flamenco related items of interest that might be happening and of interest to people in Northern Ireland.
Flamenco is a beautiful artform and if you have a very special event coming up, whether it is a wedding, Christmas party, hen party or just a party; a live Flamenco performance can add another dynamic aspect to it and make it a very memorable occasion. Contact us now for a booking at email@example.com or on 07746622821.
Northern Woman – Article
“I have to say, I quite like to dance. Over the past few years, I have searched long and hard for a form of dance that doesn’t require a male partner, being that the majority of men I know are mostly capable of a side-to-side shuffle step or some Tiggerlike bouncing, and would consider anything more technical ………..
Dancing Makes you Smarter – Article
For hundreds of years dance manuals and other writings have lauded the health benefits of dancing, usually as physical exercise. More recently we’ve seen research on further health benefits of dancing, such as stress reduction and increased serotonin level, with its sense of well-being.
Then most recently we’ve heard of another benefit: Frequent dancing apparently makes us smarter. A major study added to the growing evidence that stimulating one’s mind can ward off Alzheimer’s disease and other dementia, much as physical exercise can keep the body fit.
You’ve probably heard about the New England Journal of Medicine report on the effects of recreational activities on mental acuity in aging. Here it is in a nutshell.
Toyo Shibata has topped the book charts in Japan with the release of her book of poems, Don’t Lose Heart. She is about to celebrate her 100 th birthday and did not start writing until she was 92.