We’re just dancing in the dark

Dancing at No Lights, No Lycra. 150709

THE international dance phenomenon, No Lights No Lycra (NLNL), has come to Ocean Grove.
Launched in Melbourne seven years ago, NLNL is a casual, free-form dance in the dark for the pure joy of it.
“I love No Lights because I completely lose my inhibitions in a really happy comfortable environment. I feel like I’m involved in something amazingly therapeutic with like-minded people and it’s awesome exercise that I actually enjoy!“ said Jayne, a regular dancer at NLNL Geelong.
No Lights No Lycra is a dance night that was started in 2009 in Melbourne by unconventional dance students Alice Glenn and Heidi Barrett. There is no light, no lycra, no teacher, no steps to learn, no technique, just free movement. No Lights No Lycra is a place where you can completely let go and shake out the stresses of the week in a friendly, non-threatening, drug and alcohol free atmosphere. It’s a place to experience new tunes and revisit old favourites, a time to lose yourself in the music while working up a sweat.
NLNL has just restarted in Ocean Grove on Tuesdays at 7.15pm at The Pavillion, corner The Avenue and Presidents Avenue.
Keep in touch or request a song via Facebook – nolightsnolycrageelong. Dancers should dress comfortably, bring a water bottle and $10 for 60 minutes of dancing.