Feel-good video on Durban beachfront will make you smile

A GROUP of Durbanites have started a new way to keep fit and boogie, all while enjoying the beautiful scenery of the beachfront. Justin Lagesse recently started the group, which travels around with a portable speaker taking their ‘groove on the move’ idea, and this is what happened.

The former Pinetown Boys’ High School pupil, who co-founded the DAANCE Movement, said it was all about awesome random dancers having the best time. The next Dance Walk will take place this Saturday, 20 February at the Skate Park.

“After the joyous success of the first Dance Walk, we move and groove along the Golden Mile once again. It’s deejay to power to the people as we embrace each others’ differences, drop the divisions and come together under the unifying force of good time,” he said.

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