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All of the Events Happening as Part of The Eighty-Six’s Super Saturday

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No Lights No Lycra dances in the dark offer physical, mental health boost

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Students dance in the dark, but what’s on the playlist?

 

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BTN News

No Lights No Lycra talking about their free education program.

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Park Church Memories: No Lights No Lycra

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Ten Year Anniversary

2019 marked ten years of No Lights No Lycra dancing in the dark all over the world!

In celebration of reaching this incredible milestone, we teamed up with Medibank Free + Active to present free No Lights No Lycra sessions all around Australia!

Around Australia, No Lights No Lycra 10th Birthday presented by Medibank held celebratory events in each major city on the weekend of the 26th -29th July, thousands of other mover and shakers hit the dance floor throughout that weekend.

 

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No Lights No Lycra Heart Foundation Regional Tour

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INTERVIEW – No Lights No Lycra? Goat Yoga? What’s you favourite exercise fad?

 

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Dance Like Nobody’s Watching

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Burrinja in Motion

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Dancers are being asked to make dance as well as be dancers. Susan Bendall offers some ideas to stimulate your choreography gene.

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No lights no lycra returns to Torquay

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Love Dancing, Hate Clubs? Here’s A Few Spots Around Perth For A Friendly Boogie

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My favourite workout is…

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No Lights No Lycra Dance as a part of Leaps and Bounds Festival 2022

 

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Fundraiser for Ukraine

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DANCING IN THE DARK: No Lights No Lycra is the weekly event you didn’t know you needed in your life

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No Lights No Lycra Sutherland Returns

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Dance all your troubles away!

 

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“It’s a community that promotes health and well-being through dance”

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With restrictions easing, No Lights No Lycra is coming back in a big way…

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No Lights is Good for the Soul

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No Lights No Lycra make it to Hollywood!

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Fringe Review: No Lights No Lycra Adelaide

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No Lights No Lycra goes online

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Tavi Gevinson Came To Australia, Is Now Preferred Prime Minister

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A decade of dancing in the dark: No Lights No Lycra turns 10

 

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Pedestrian – How To Surrender Your Awkward Body To Dance Without Cringing In Embarrassment

 

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Herald Sun – Wellness movement celebrates 10 years of dancing in the dark

Ten years ago, a group of friends got together to boogie in the shadows. No Lights No Lycra is an international sensation and now it’s celebrating its birthday with a series of free parties.

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The University of Sydney Study

The University of Sydney Research Project

The purpose of this research was to find out who is attending No Lights No Lycra and understand why they attend, who they attend with and what the appeal of dancing in the dark is. No Lights No Lycra uses an innovative approach to get people moving and anecdotally has a positive impact on the physical and mental health of people who participate – but we wanted to do the research to REALLY understand.

This research project was  led by SPRINTER, a sport and physical activity research group at the School of Public Health, based in the Charles Perkins Centre, the University of Sydney.

This project has now been completed and the completed study is available to read here

If you have any questions about this research, please read the participant information statement available here or contact Bridget Foley – Bridget.Foley@sydney.edu.au.