Whether your are in perfect health or getting over an illness, the American Cancer Society recognizes the value of dance therapy to relieve stress, exercise mind and body, and even increase self esteem. If you're recovering from treatment, dancing can gently work your muscles and help restore your balance and physical confidence. If you're caring for a family member or dealing with everyday stress, dance can be a wonderful way to relieve the pressure and socialize. Why not talk to your doctor or physical therapist about dancing? You may not need to consult a professional dance therapist to to reap the benefits of this wonderful activity. Quick Quick Slow Ballroom Dance Studio can provide ballroom dance lessons and social dancing opportunities.
Dancing feels good. And even though you start out learning patterns, dancing is like a refreshing walk in the woods, not a boring session on a treadmill. You're constantly shifting your balance and thinking ahead to the next move, while enjoying the sights, sounds, and people around you. That's great for sharpening your mental abilities as well as your reflexes. And don't be afraid to change partners now and then. In fact, tuning in to a different partner's subtle moves provides an even better mental workout. Whether you choose a slow waltz or a hot samba, you'll work muscles from head to toe. You can tailor the cardiovascular level to your physical condition, or even just your mood.
Contact us to try a private lesson, or sign up for a class with your favorite person or a group of family or friends. You'll be so glad you did!