Rhythm is a fundamental human process – it helps regulate the beating of our heart, the firing of neurons in our brain and it helps us walk with a regular gait.
Tap dancing is fantastic for stimulating the different rhythm and timing processes in our brain.
Shuffle-step, shuffle-step, shuffle-step, shuffle-ball-change.
The American Society of Clinical Oncology have recently published a report which shows that physical activity may be really helpful for people going through cancer treatment.
They found that people who are more physically active spend less time in hospital after treatment and also have fewer complications.