uplifting dance events
Wake Up and dance
Wake up and dance to 3 uplifting songs every Monday, Wednesday and Friday
Join the movement of people who choose happy as their morning mood:
3 feel-good songs in just 10 minutes to start your day with a sweat and a smile. Scientific research shows that dancing releases feel-good hormones like serotonin and dopamine, and reduces cortisol, the stress hormone.
Most of us dance in our pyjamas and bathrobes, with no make up and no filters. Just show up as you are and dance to feel good, not to look good. It's the opposite of an Instagram perfect workout.
The feel good effects have been lasting the whole day for us.
How long it will last for you?
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You can join us on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 7.45 - 8am UK time on zoom or dance offline in your own time to the songs you'll receive in the mailing list.
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What we do
Breaking out into song and dance is really good for you and we're here to help you do it more often. We organise events where you can dance like nobody's watching. We pivoted to online events until the Covid situation clears, but used to do silent disco events and are making plans to bring them back. We currently offer:
Online Dance Parties open to public
Private online party hosting
Wake Up & Dance Challenges
Why we do this
Dancing boosts our physical and mental health but we don't always make the time to do it. We want to make it easy for people to dance their ass off more often. With the physical benefits of a workout and the feel-good benefits of a night out, you will leave these experiences in a contagiously good mood. Here's the story of how it started.
Who is it for?
It’s for amateur dancers and professional fun lovers, people who want to dance more and want to do it with no drugs, alcohol or judgement. At Nobody’s Watching it doesn’t matter if you look good, it matters if you feel good and if you leave happier than when you arrived. There are no right or wrong moves here. Whether you are a professional dancer or you have three left feet, you’ll always be welcome at our events.
Where can you find us?
At the moment, we're online. Check our events page to join upcoming events. We're making plans to reopen for outdoor silent disco and are looking for an outdoor venue. If you'd like to host us, get in touch. Based in London, we used to have regular weekly sessions at The Bridge, Roof East and Canvas Cafe, and pop-up sessions in coworking spaces, offices, gyms and festivals.
“I can't remember the last time
I danced so freely"
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Wake Up & Dance Challenge
Wake up and dance to 3 songs, every day, for 30 days. Join the movement of people who choose happy as their morning mood: 3 feel-good songs in just 10 minutes to start your day with a sweat and a smile. Scientific research shows that dancing releases feel-good hormones like serotonin and dopamine, and reduces cortisol, the stress hormone. Join us on Zoom or dance offline, in your own time.
If you think you can't dance, we're here to tell you that you CAN. And our dance coaching will show you how. We won't teach you to dance perfectly. We'll teach you to dance like Nobody's Watching. As seen on BBC radio 4. More information here.
Online Dance Parties
Lockdown is no reason to stop singing and dancing. In fact, we need it now more than ever. Our playful and inclusive approach to dance continues, online. Get in touch if you want us to host an online party. We do birthdays, work parties and more. More info on format here.
Silent Disco Workout (paused)
Our original event was a silent disco dancing workout for people who love freestyle dancing but don’t love the weekend nightclub chaos that usually goes with it. We combine freestyle dancing to great playlists with a facilitated warm up to break the ice. You'll unwind, dance your ass off and accidentally get fit in the process. With the physical benefits of a workout and the feel-good benefits of a night out, you will leave in a contagiously good mood.
WE'VE WORKED WITH
“Do a loony-goony dance ‘Cross the kitchen floor, put something silly in the world that ain’t been there before”