Ballroom Dance For All Ages

Posted by on Jan 4, 2015 in Blogs

It’s never too early—or too late—to start ballroom dancing. Young, old and everyone in between can benefit from the fun and exciting challenge of ballroom dance. Easily modified for every level and type of learner, dance is a truly universal activity that anyone can enjoy. NEW MOVEMENT For a child, learning the freedom of dance…Read More Here!

Ballroom Dance Can Improve Brain Function

Posted by on Nov 24, 2014 in Blogs

Trained dancers’ athleticism and grace are always on display, but a longer look reveals another source of strength: the brain! It takes intense focus and long hours of attentive training to become a professional dancer, luckily every bit of practice helps. It doesn’t matter if you dance with yourself, with friends at or with a…Read More Here!

Ballroom dance can enhance athletic performance

Posted by on Oct 24, 2014 in Blogs

Believe it or not, many athletes across a wide range sports incorporate dance lessons into their training regimens– yes, even pro football players have been known to trade cleats for dancing shoes. The following is a list of advantages dance can bring to a well-rounded athlete’s core set of skills. Strength: A professional dancer relies…Read More Here!

Benefits of Ballroom Dance for Children

Posted by on Sep 23, 2014 in Blogs

With so many sports and recreation options available to kids these days, it’s easy to be overwhelmed. Pastimes like hockey, soccer and martial arts are known for developing well-rounded young adults, but have you or your child ever considered ballroom dance? Here are just a few of the benefits of this fun and popular activity….Read More Here!

A Quick History of Modern Ballroom Dance

Posted by on Jun 3, 2014 in Blogs

What we know now as modern ballroom dance has cultural roots and history reaching all the way back into the 16th and 17th centuries. Ballroom dancing was initially considered scandalous due to its foundation on the “closed hold” position, a description of the body contact between the dance partners. This contact– including but not limited…Read More Here!