Rita Young Allen, MA, MS

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There's tons of scientific research that proves dancing is not only a wonderful way to have fun, but also provides some tremendous health benefits.  The Mayo Clinic researchers have reported that dancing will reduce stress, increase energy, and improve strength, muscle tone and coordination.
The Heart and Lung Association says that dancing can:
  • Lower your risk of coronary heart disease
  • Decrease blood pressure
  • Help you manage your weight
  • Strengthen the bones of your legs and hips

Dancing is a unique form of exercise because it provides the heart-healthy benefits of an aerobic exercise while also allowing you to engage in a social activity.This is especially stimulatiing to the mind...and one 21-year Study published in the New England Journal of Medicine even found dancing can reduce the risk of Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia in the elderly. So, come join us...let's have some fun and get healthy!!

























































































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Keynote Speaking Professional / Concert Soloist / Published Author

Master of Arts in Liberal Studies (Concentration in Counseling) from Jacksonville State University. Master of Science in Management Leadership (Healthcare Administration) from Troy University.

Bachelor of Science in Sociology, Minor in Music from Jacksonville State University.

Associate of Science in Music Education, Vocal Performance
with attendance to Snead State College, Gadsden State College, and Wallace State College.

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