When dance becomes such a large factor in your life, it’s easy to lose yourself in the world of practice and training. With these New Year’s Resolutions for dancers, you can make yourself promises that will keep you emotionally and physically healthy throughout the year: Start a Dance Journal Grab an empty notebook in order…Read More Here!
Our winter term is starting soon, register today to reserve your spot! Edmonton North – Downtown View all classes at this location* Adults Thursdays, January 23 – March 26, 2020 7:00 pm – 7:55 pm: Salsa (w/ Merengue & Bachata) – Register* Sundays, February 2 – March 1, 2020 5:00 pm – 5:55 pm: Salsa…Read More Here!
While the physical benefits of dance are innumerable, dancing can also have a positive impact on mental health. These benefits are not simply limited to reducing depression and anxiety. Dance is an amazing activity for developing confidence as well as cognitive and communication skills. Improving mental health and developing cognitive abilities through dance is possible…Read More Here!
The Argentine Tango is more than a mere dance style. Referred to as “a secret danced between two people”, this form of tango relies on intuition and connection. They say that the Argentine Tango is felt in the heart, not the feet. The focus is placed more so on the dance partner and not the…Read More Here!
While dancing is an enjoyable activity, it is highly physical and involves moving many parts of your body that are not habitually used to being moved on a daily basis. Most people know the importance of stretching before a physical workout or activity, but there are many benefits to stretching after dancing as well. Why…Read More Here!