Benefits of Dancing
While developing your dancing skills you should not be surprised if you:
- Get more fun and enjoyment out of your social life
- Enjoy increased self confidence
- Meet new people and make new friends
- Improve your overall health
- Feel more at ease in social situations
- Find the exercise and fitness you’ve wanted
- Make your partner happy
- Enjoy attending more parties
- Find your business relationships improving
- Acquire more grace and poise
- Dress up and have fun
- Overcome shyness
- Relieve stress
- Stand out on the dance floor
- Never say “no” to a dance invitation
- Discover recreation or entertainment in a new way
- Feel refreshed and relaxed
Dancing: The Ideal Exercise
Exercising by jogging (outdoors or on treadmill) is not an attractive alternative for many people.
Dancing is a mild form of aerobic workout and dance lessons make exercise a fun and enjoyable social event any night of the week. Your dance “workout” is beneficial in many ways:
- Athletes often include dance training to sharpen control, agility, speed, and balance.
- Dance contributes to good posture and body alignment
- Dance encourages gentle stretching
- Dance increases your flexibility and stamina
- Dance benefits your cardiovascular system as you swing and sway from hip to shoulders
Dancing: A Romantic Alternative
The romantic properties of dance are a secret that all good dancers enjoy:
- Men feel confident when they recognize which dance is being played and have the ability to walk across the dance floor and ask a lady to dance.
- Women will enjoy being asked to dance knowing they have mastered the grace, poise, styling and important following skills of a trained dancer.
- Couples can add the romantic skill that come with the holding, touching and moving to the music that dancing provides.
- Single people can meet new friends as dancing provides a natural icebreaker and becomes a common denominator in any crowd.