Some of the benefits of ballroom dancing are very subtle in nature. Many of these benefits are purely emotional. When people start doing ballroom dancing on a regular basis, they might start to feel as if they are entering another world in the process
In addition to the many physical benefits of adult social dancing, there are numerous mental and social benefits. Dancing keeps us young. The myriad physical benefits help to slow the aging process.
As a male, you might think that a ballroom class is the last place you would like to be. However, I encourage you to rethink this, open yourself up and give ballroom a chance. If that encouragement isn't enough for you, below I have listed three reasons why you should make ballroom a part of your routine.
Perhaps you have been considering signing up for lessons at our ballroom dance studio but still need that extra little bit of inspiration? Following are 5 books to motivate you:
Congrats! You're wedding is coming up and you're preparing for the big day. You've got the venue, the DJ, and your first song picked out. But are you dreading what happens after that? When the moves aren't just as easy as swaying your partner back and forth? Take wedding dance lessons with Quick Quick Slow! We can help you find your groove to get you just where you should be--moving on the dance floor at your own wedding
She created a list, and with her husband’s help, started to check off things she wanted to achieve including photographing a grizzly bear up close and hiking the Grand Canyon as a family. Even when her husband refused to join her in ballroom dancing, Kelly went forward with her goal of learning how to ballroom dance
If you haven't done any ballroom dancing before, you may have a perception of the typical person that does it. But at Quick Quick Slow Ballroom Dance Studio, we see people from all walks of life taking an interest in ballroom. Whether it is someone who wants to work their way into the competition circuit or a couple looking for a way to spend quality time together, their reasons vary greatly. Here are some unlikely clients we see fall in love with ballroom.
Another season of “Dancing with the Stars” is well underway. Each year this show pairs a group of non-dancers with a talented professional for the entire country to watch, envy, ridicule, and devour in whatever way they please. It is no surprise that after 25 seasons, the show is still going strong. The overall premise of the show doesn’t change, it will always be a reality dance competition
When people think of ballroom dancers, they often envision young, physically fit people who are quick on their feet. Yet, ballroom dancing is not just for people who are young or those who can move across the floor quickly. Here's a look at some dancers who break the stereotype
“Dancing with the Stars Season 25” is underway. Every year I look forward to this show! I get so into it! I grab my glass of wine and the remote, then cuddle up on the couch to ooh and aah at the spectacle of it. Sometimes I laugh. Sometimes I cry. Yet, somehow I always find myself being overly judgmental of the stars
Dance perfectly embodies the joy and happiness in the celebration of marriage, and is a tradition that has been a staple of weddings. But it can also be utilized to turn your wedding into an event that is unforgettable. If you've been searching for ways to make your wedding unique and memorable, we've got the answer.
Practice makes perfect! We've all heard that saying before, and it's quite possible a few of you cringed at the memory of a certain high school teacher or piano instructor while reading it, but it holds true all the same. In our last two blogs we talked about alternative methods of practice, but sometimes building that "muscle memory" really does come down to practice
Although ballroom dancing and martial arts might seem unrelated in many ways, there's a reason why martial art master Bruce Lee was also a good ballroom dancer, and there's a reason why some of the most masterful martial art masters in the world -- like the aikido master Ken Ota -- also run ballroom dancing studios where they teach style, grace, and etiquette along with self-defense.