The short answer is no! We find that many people are surprised to learn that you do not need to bring a close friend or significant other to your dance lessons. A good number of our students come on their own because they want to learn new skills and gain greater confidence; plus, there are a few benefits to taking solo lessons!
If you are preparing to get married, you might be feeling pretty excited about both your big day and spending the rest of your life with your life. In the meantime, however, you might be feeling a mix of emotions. You might be feeling really stressed out, and you might feel as if you're constantly busy with wedding planning.
If you are an adult child with a senior parent, you might worry that he or she does not get out of the house often enough. It isn't uncommon for senior citizens to spend more and more time at home, but this can become depressing over time. Luckily, there is a great option for getting your loved one out of the house - private ballroom dance lessons!
Face it fellows, some of us guys are more ‘challenged’ by the art of dance than others. Many of us like to think we’re that cool, sexy guy with jaw dropping flair on the dance floor, but deep down we (and our dance partners) know our moves are more like something from the Monster Mash. Even our shadow dreads dancing with us!
Are you and your love looking for a way to spice up your relationship or marriage? What could be sexier and more rewarding than learning how to dance together? When you take up dance lessons, you are getting so much more than just invaluable skills related to the art of dance; you are experiencing so many personal benefits. In this post, we will uncover three ways you and your partner will benefit from couples dance lessons.
When you think about booking various activities for yourself, you might generally think about doing so when the weather is nice. When it's cold outside, you might find yourself huddling up in the house, but you do have a fun option -- signing up for ballroom dance lessons. These are a few reasons why you may want to sign up for ballroom dance lessons this winter.
"Studies show dancing improves mood, cognitive skills, balance and agility." These are results according to research found from the Albuquerque Journal. It's safe to say that everyone wants to stay in shape, feel good, and have fun. Dance shouldn't be the last thing to come to mind to achieve this combination. Anyone can dance
Why do we dance? There are a million reasons and the reasons differ from person to person. For most people, we dance because we love it, and because it brings us joy. The other question is, why don't we dance? Perhaps because we feel awkward or clumsy, or just not good enough. Or in some cases, because we are shy.
Social dancing is usually enjoyed by couples, groups or individuals. It's not a set type of dance, and it's practiced, for example, by dancing solo at a dance club or dancing with a partner in a ballroom class. Dancing is good for the mind and the body and the best part...it's fun!
It is not always easy to start a new exercise program. Sometimes putting it off, waiting for just the “right time” to start the program feels like the easier and maybe even better idea.
Why is it that most people quit exercising? For every excuse, we'll give you a reason why dancing is the answer.
- First thing: Time. There's not enough of it. How is it possible to squeeze another thing into an already over-extended schedule?...
Ed was in a car accident and suffered a brain injury. As he recuperated at home, he needed something to do with his spare time. His physical therapist suggested that he try dance lessons. Ed's first lesson was somewhat comical as he struggled to get his feet to cooperate with the dance instructor's instructions
It's inevitable: Every January, many people focus on new beginnings and making changes. For most of us, whether or not we believe in making resolutions, the New Year can be a turning point or a starting-over point, a chance to commit to something positive. The most popular New Year's resolutions usually have to do with getting in shape or improving one’s overall health.
Have you thought of taking adult dance lessons?
By following the flock and joining a gym, you’d probably be faced with annoying crowds and long lines of people waiting to use the machines and other fitness equipment. On the other hand, you can take ballroom dance lessons privately or in a small group, providing you with one-on-one attention.
If you want to lose weight, build strength, or boost your self-confidence, ballroom dancing is ideal. The benefits of dancing are physical, mental, emotional, and social. Dancing is a great cardio workout that also promotes flexibility and coordination. From an intellectual standpoint, learning new dance steps and routines keeps your mind engaged. Furthermore, there’s nothing more social than dancing, where you’ll meet new people and learn how to work with a partner.
We offer classes for all abilities from beginner on up to the professional level, so don’t take yourself too seriously! You’ll have fun while learning new steps and letting loose to the music. You can also attend one of our frequent studio dance parties for the opportunity to practice and socialize even more.
There’s a variety of packages to get you started, from private or group ballroom dance lessons to a friends and family session (with up to four participants) to get ready for your wedding or other special occasion. For another fun option, consider our Dancers Boot Camp dance/exercise class.
Winter can be a cold and gray season. When you take adult dance lessons, you’ll have something fun to keep you occupied. Contact us to find out how you can chase those winter blues away while also learning something new.