What Does Dancing Really Do?

September 21, 2016

Starts a Whole New Social Life

   Expand your social circle and meet a whole new crowd! There's plenty of opportunities to meet new people from attending our group classes, having a blast at our dance parties, and even your private lessons! 


Get Fit

  Energize and feel good working out by dancing! We highly recommend fast paced dances to burn more calories, but even the slower dances will burn those calories.  You can burn as much as 400 calories in ONE HOUR! Don't believe it, try it out! 


Improve Your Self-Confidence

  Are you shy? Maybe want to improve your self-confidence? Ballroom dancing gives you the opportunity to improve your social skill and feel comfortable in your own skin. You'll be around many different people and each new partner will help you enhance your self-confidence and your dance moves!  You'll begin to feel a sense of accomplishment and a feel-good sensation that will make you WANT to be out on the dance floor more and even improve your own life!


Enhance your Mental Stimulation

  "Frequent dancers had a reduced risk of dementia compared with those who rarely or never danced. Of 11 physical activities, only dancing was tied to a lower dementia risk, Verghese tells WebMD. Most dancers did ballroom dancing, says Verghese. He's an assistant neurology professor at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York.

  • Increased blood flow to the brain from the physical exercise

  • Less stress, depression, and loneliness from dancing's social aspect

  • Mental challenges (memorizing steps, working with your partner)"




And Much More!