Posted by Apr 1, 2014 in Blogs
Often overlooked in most exercise routines, maintaining flexibility in muscles and joints creates wide-ranging positive effects throughout the body. Conversely, allowing tightness, stiffness and limited range of motion to dictate your body’s limits is a painful way to live. You might not think of it, but one of the many health benefits of recreational and…Read More Here!
Posted by Dec 6, 2013 in Blogs
Dancing uses both major and minor muscle groups more so than other pastimes. To help prevent injury and prepare your body to pump oxygen-rich blood, it is important to warm up these muscle groups before waltzing in. Try these exercises to get the blood flowing and the body ready to go: The Lunge Forward lunges…Read More Here!
Posted by Jul 10, 2013 in Blogs
The most common dance-lesson stereotype involves women coercing their boyfriends, husbands and partners into taking lessons with them. While this may be the case with some men, others enjoy ballroom dancing. Whether the lessons are done in preparation for an upcoming occasion, or just for fun, men can have fun during their ballroom dance lessons…Read More Here!
Posted by Jun 27, 2013 in Blogs
Dancing is a great way to get in shape and stay in shape while having fun at the same time. However, the fun ends when you get injured during a dance lesson. Painful sprains, strains and foot injuries can occur when you least expect it. However, these injuries can be avoided, as long as you…Read More Here!
Posted by Apr 15, 2013 in Blogs
Private dance lessons can be pricey, since you are taking up an hour or two of your instructors’ time each week that could be used for group lessons or training. However, it can tough to put a price on one on one instruction that will boost your or your child’s dance skills immeasurably. And it…Read More Here!