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Spice Up Your Day … Here’s the Deal on Dance Break

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When I am stressed out or bored at work, I usually go to the break room to grab a cup of coffee and a handful of Reese’s peanut butter cups. I know this habit is really not healthy, but I don’t know what to do with my nervous energy…until Dance Break. Dance Break will change a negative or stressful environment into a positive affirming atmosphere conveniently in your own office. 

Dance Break is exactly as it sounds—a 20-minute session in the middle of your workday consisting of energizing music, movement, and a discussion on turning bad health choices into good practices. It is geared at de-stressing, practicing self-care, combating burnout, building self-confidence and team building with your co-workers. 

The vibrant co-founders, Zen Rashid and Ashley Chatman truly care about the message and the feeling they are imparting to their clients. Both accomplished dancers and certified fitness instructors from Los Angeles with thriving classes at local studios, they promote healthy living, a balanced lifestyle, and positive work experience. On top of it, they know how to “work” a crowd with exhilarating music and movement. 

To bring Dance Break to your office, costs start at $150, varying with group size, location, frequency, among other factors. With each Dance Break session everyone benefits—employer and employees alike. For employers, this deal is the gift that keeps giving by releasing stress and tension, decreasing burnout, increasing staff unity and productivity that undoubtedly save big money in the long run. Have Dance Break come to your next staff meeting or conference: instead of a dull, disconnected staff, they will be happier, more energized and recharged in mind, body and spirit. 

Zen and Ashley are just launching this new business and are offering introductory sessions with hopes of securing a series of sessions. If you are interested, contact them directly through their website. 

Who would not want to have Dance Break at their office? It is a great opportunity to feel better about yourself, support your co-workers, and get the team motivated. And it’s a whole lot better than having a fifth cup of coffee and another chocolate. 

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What Dance Break can do for your workplace  

● Zen and Ashley still need additional seed money, interested in donating?  

 

Sue Helmy has plenty of tricks up her sleeve. She is currently providing superb concierge duties at the Building and Safety Division of the City of Beverly Hills. She is active in countless church and civic organizations and spends every minute she can spare dancing to the Zumba beat. 

  

CityWatch

Vol 13 Issue 69

Pub: Aug 25, 2015

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