There are almost as many reasons to learn to dance as there are dancers. I know that learning to dance changed my life in a very positive ways. Here are just a few of the benefits:
Gain Confidence and relax
The more confident you are, the easier it is to relax. You'll be amazed how easy it can be to feel self-assured on the dance floor and in social situations.
Get fit while having fun
While some studios teach you the steps, we teach you how to use your body in a way that makes you a much better dancer and a more fit person all the way around.
Improve your social skills
Partner dancing develops better communication skills. We'll help you feel comfortable and prepared for social situations on and off the dance floor.
Add creativity and artistry to your life
It's all over the news that creativity helps people be more resilient in all areas of their lives. Learning to dance is a fun way to enhance creativity.
Stay ahead of the curve
As we age, there are lots of factors working to slow us down. Ballroom dance is recognized as a way of preventing diseases like Alzheimers, while increasing joy.
Improved balance, posture and coordination
Your posture is as important to your health as it is to the overall impression you make on others. Dancers have better posture.
Learning to dance well promotes a positive self image and helps to build self-esteem and confidence. You'll be a better person because you'll be happier with yourself.
Dancing well is an accomplishment
You'll feel great after just a few lessons, knowing that you've increased your vitality and attractiveness, and that you're acquiring a skill that will last you a lifetime.
Whether you're just learning to dance so you can overcome feelings of ineptitude on the dancefloor, want to impress your date, or are looking to find something you can really excel at and enjoy for years to come, learning to dance will be one of the most rewarding things you've ever done for yourself.
Get in touch with me today and let's have a conversation about how I can help you achieve your dancing goals.