Not everyone is cut out for the spotlight, and not everyone wants to be. But
Attention, ladies! Do you have certain fitness goals that you would like to reach this year? With 2014 more than half over, it's a great time to perform an assessment of how you're doing with any New Year's resolutions or general plans that you've made. You might also be looking for a cool new way to get in shape or to maintain your current fitness level.
Recently, a couple was caught on video ballroom dancing along a United Kingdom beach for over an hour, seemingly unaware of the waves crashing near them and not allowing the rain to destroy their dance practice. According to Carrie McCabe, the woman video taping the couple, they did a variety of dance moves including twirls, lifts, and the tango.
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.
With shows like “Dancing with the Stars” and “So You Think You Can Dance,” people who were never interested in dancing before are being introduced to the art. As uncoordinated celebrities glide across the floor, improving each week and even starting to look less like amateurs, some people begin to think ballroom dancing looks like an enjoyable experience.
There's nothing quite like being in a relationship with someone you really enjoy being around. And things are only made better when you are able to share something special with that person. Learning a discipline, like ballroom dancing is the kind of activity that can really bring people together both mentally and physically. Here are five reasons
As the winter months drag on it’s natural to feel a bit gloomy and lethargic. While doctors have many suggestions, a good way to cure the so called, winter blues can be to try something you’ve always wanted to but have neglected. If you’ve always dreamed of dancing, for instance, Quick Quick Slow Ballroom Dance Studio Marlboro NJ can help you achieve that dream
It's the gift that keeps on giving - ballroom dance lessons!
It’s unique. Ballroom dancing lessons are not the typical Christmas stocking stuffer. (Or Hanukkah or Kwanzaa present!) They are more inspired than a tie, less calories than chocolate, more thoughtful than another sweater. You can be pretty sure that the recipient has never received a gift like this before.
Jean Piaget, the famous Swiss developmental psychologist and philosopher said, intelligence is what we use when we don't already know what to do.
So, what does this have to do with dancing? Getting involved in activities which require instant, rapid-fire decision making helps improve our thinking, as opposed to
It is that time of year again... Time for holiday parties at work, mom's delicious carb-heavy meals, cookie decorating and gingerbread house building, and pies. Oh, so many pies! Of course, the downside of all this holiday goodness is that many of us get an unwanted gift at this time of year: weight gain.
We all know we need to exercise but working out at a gym can be intimidating, boring or expensive. Plus, with all equipment, the weights and all the different advice on working out, it’s hard to know what to do. But imagine if you could get the recommended amount of exercise, stay injury free and see results without ever having to walk into another gym.
Welcome to mid-October. The days are getting shorter... Daytime temperatures are getting lower... Nighttime temperatures? Well, I don't even want to go there. Autumn is definitely here, and Winter is nipping at its heels.
The question is; how will New Jerseyans pass the time during those days when they're not enjoying turkey, giving and receiving gifts, or
74 year-old "Rhoda" star Valerie Harper's appearance on ABC's "Dancing with the Stars" would have been inspiring all by itself. But when you add the fact that her appearance on the show came on the heels of a diagnosis of brain cancer earlier this year, inspiring doesn't come close to adequately describing its potential impact for good.
In the last few years, ballroom dancing has experienced a resurgence in popularity, from major motion pictures to reality TV programs where we watch celebrities learn how to move their feet and wow the audience with their dance moves. Have you ever watched and wondered "How do people even move like that?"
Do you have a wedding or special occassion coming up? Are you looking to learn a new dance or to simply exercise in a fun, energizing way? Ballroom Dancing Lessons may be just what you've been looking for!
How does ballroom dancing affect your confidence? In the words of Alexander Pope, "Those move easiest who have learned to dance."
Have you ever wanted to learn to waltz, salsa, tango, or swing? Do you think you have two left feet? Do you feel afraid or embarrassed that you are just not that good enough? Believe it or not everyone can dance
Following the unimpressive dating scenes, it is no wonder why many people are claiming that "dating is overrated." When you have been in the house watching movies all week, going to the movies to watch another may not be a suitable date; neither is going out to eat when you love to cook and you are able to entice your date with an extraordinary meal. So what are some ideas that you can come up with