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Express yourself: how a charity is using dance to improve mental health

Amid a strain on services, a charity is investing in the arts to provide ‘wrap-around support’ for young people Ten young people from Manchester mental health charity 42nd Street are struggling to spin their legs round their bodies while keeping their hands anchored to the studio floor as they’ve been shown. Instructor Kevin Turner stops them and explodes into his own demonstration of high-speed repetitions of the sequence, while they watch in astonishment.
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