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Everyone is Dancing And You’re Invited!

Are you tired of sitting at parties, weddings, or dances because you can’t dance? Never again say no to a dance invitation! Whoever said you can’t work hard and have FUN at the same time? Let us teach you how to dance. We are today’s makers of great dancers, and we’ll show you how easy it can be!

Dancing has the power to completely transform lives. It’s great exercise, fun, builds self-confidence and improves physical coordination. For singles, there’s simply no better way to meet people than to be able to dance with confidence at parties. Dancing gives couples a marvelous past-time to share.

Benefits of Dance

  • Reduce stress and tension

    A long stressful day at work or school can be balanced with just half an hour of dance.

  • Increase energy and improve strength

    Dancing is a completely natural and intuitive way to get yout body in good shape and increase your energy levels. Treadmills are boring. Dancing is fun. What else is there to say.

  • Increase muscle tone and coordination

    Dancing is a wonderful way to improve muscle tone, especially for women, because it’s perfect for toning without building up muscle mass.

  • Lower your risk of heart disease

    Does dancing improve heart health? Of course, some studies even show that it improves cardiovascular health more than cycling or walking.

  • Decrease blood pressure and cholesterol

    Regular dancing can, as any regular exercise, lead to a lower blood pressure and an improved cholesterol profile.

  • Help you manage your weight

    Dancing is an exceptional way to lose weight. It can burn as many calories as walking, swimming or riding a bike. With 1/2 hour of sustained dancing you can burn between 200 and 400 calories.

  • Strengthen the bones

    Dance is considered a weight-bearing exercise which can prevent osteoporosis and strengthen bones. Osteoporosis is a major concern for woman, especially during post-menopause.

  • Increase your stamina and flexibility

    Dance is a physical exercise. Exercise increases stamina and flexibility. Plus, it’s much more entertaining than the gym.

  • Build confidence and self-esteem

    Dance gives you a sense of success and achievement when you master it. It’s a great way to boost your confidence.

  • Provide opportunities to meet people

    Dancing is a great way to meet new people and make new friends.

  • Improved wellbeing

    Exercise elevates your mood by raising the endorphins or feel good chemicals. That gives you a sense of general well-being. Even a little dancing can improve your mood.

Now that you know that dancing is good for you, put on your dancing shoes and JOIN US!