Although there are multiple studies showing the benefits of taking up dancing, the excuses not to dance are infinite. What's holding you back? Take a look at some of these common objections and why you should just two-step around them.
Dance lessons. Two words that were previously not in your vocabulary. You consider yourself "rhythmically challenged". You were born with "two left feet". Enter a hundred other expressions, *cough* excuses *cough*, for the general idea that you think you can't dance. Well...good news: You CAN dance!
"Let's go ballroom dancing!" isn't something most people hear on a regular basis. That's too bad, though, since dance is one of the oldest and most enjoyable fitness activities in human history. While most think of ballroom dance as nothing more than fun (and it is), it's also a great way to exercise
When the discussion of mental health arises, far too many people dismiss it as something that only someone with some sort of diagnosed illness needs to be concerned about. But the reality is that everyone should make a point to prioritize their mental health just as they would prioritize their physical health. In this post, we'll look at three ways ballroom dancing does wonders for your mental health
Ballroom dance has rightly earned its place in popular culture in recent times, with the rise of YouTube and TV dance competitions. If you have ever considered living out your dancing dreams with your significant other, now is the time! It doesn't really matter how long your relationship has been blossoming. What is important is that you are both willing to step out and try something new, romantic, and fabulous. Here are five clear advantages to trying ballroom dance
Anxiety, feelings of inferiority, and a lack of confidence is something we all experience from time to time. As kids or adults, it can be hard to deal with these feelings, so finding a way to overcome them and build up your self-esteem is a good idea for a happier life. That's where ballroom dance comes in
One terrific way to help reignite the spark and improve the communication in your love life is ballroom dancing. According to Hitched Magazine, dancing can help to create or improve intimacy. They even tout dancing as the "new form of couple's therapy." But how can something so seemingly simple be powerful enough to save a rocky relationship?