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This week: a new three-week contemporary dance programme, Vita Liberata tanning mousse and feel-good mani-pedis.

Want to move like they do on So You Think You Can Dance? Contemporary Dance Dubai (056 600 8502) at the Habtoor Grand Beach Resort & Spa is offering a three-week programme, in which dancers of all levels have the opportunity to train intensively for two hours, three nights a week, learning a new choreography each class. Routines are taught by professional dancer and founder of Contemporary Dance Dubai, Krista Degaetano, who uses a wide range of music, including dub step, pop and classica. Classes run from August 17 to September 6, Sunday to Thursday from 7pm to 9pm. Packages start from Dhs450 for three classes.

Irish-born non-toxic organic skincare brand Vita Liberata ( has finally made its Moment by Moment popular rapid tanning mousse available in Dubai. Wave goodbye to messy sheets and hours sitting in sticky residue, this ground-breaking product produces a sun-kissed glow after just an hour, the time it takes to cook and eat your dinner, and a dark tan after three hours. Yours for Dhs195.

Lastly, pledge your support for Breast Cancer Awareness during October and head to Tips & Toes (04 399 0550). The salon will double all Dhs5 donations of those who book the Mani/Pedi-CURE promotion. Proceeds
go to local charity Pink Caravan.

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