From better physical and mental health to a boost in emotional and social wellbeing, moving your body to music can transform your life
Improves cardiovascular health All styles of dance make for great cardio work-outs, since your heart rate gets challenged from executing the different moves.
Improves balance and strength
Dance works your body from all planes, which conditions your muscles, increases strength and improves balance.
Boosts cognitive performance
Research shows that dancing can maintain and even boost your ability to think as you age. Scientists have found that the areas of the brain that control memory and skills improve with exercise like dance.
Gentle on your body
Many forms of dancing, such as ballroom, are appropriate for people with limited mobility or chronic health issues.
Boosts your mood
Movement and dance are extremely expressive, which can allow you to let loose. This helps your mental and emotional health by reducing stress, decreasing symptoms of anxiety and depression, and boosting self-esteem.
Whether you dance with friends or boogie with your kids, being around other people is good for your social and emotional health.
One of the greatest things about dance is that anyone can participate. If you’re able to move, even if it’s only your upper body, you can dance!