There's more to ballroom dancing than the beautiful gowns and competitions you see on TV. Whether you're tempted by Tango or looking for a social Samba, dance has plenty of benefits to go around.
From beginning lessons to get yourself ready for the upcoming season to staying in shape over the long winter months; lessons from professionals is your answer. They may lead you to competitive dancing or even helping others as a professional yourself. How will you be sure unless you take that first step to the beat?
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.
From mastering the choreography to the beautiful, honest expression of dance, it creates a connection from your physical self to your soul that no other activity can offer. It becomes a piece of you, a sanctuary for your emotions. As an adult, that feeling often becomes just a memory, as there very few viable options of pursuing dance genres like ballet or jazz for an adult that has not made it their career