We Like To Move It

We Like to Move It was a dynamic and uplifting project generously funded by Ageing Better and thoughtfully delivered in the vibrant city of Birmingham. This initiative was thoughtfully designed to specifically engage local women over the age of 50, aiming to combat isolation and foster new, meaningful friendships within the community. Led by the talented and dedicated Mona Qazi, the project seamlessly integrated light dance movements with the art of storytelling, creating an enriching and empowering experience for all participants.

The program provided a welcoming and inclusive space for women to come together, share their stories, and connect through the joy of movement and self-expression. By embracing the transformative power of dance and storytelling, “We Like to Move It” ignited a sense of vitality and camaraderie, empowering participants to embrace their creativity, celebrate their individuality, and form lasting bonds with their peers.

Through this initiative, the project not only encouraged physical activity and social interaction but also served as a testament to the enduring spirit and resilience of the women over 50 in Birmingham. “We Like to Move It” stands as a shining example of how community-driven initiatives can positively impact the lives of individuals, enriching the fabric of the community and fostering a sense of belonging and connection.