Dancing has a way of taking your cares away. It doesn’t matter if it’s the tango or a samba! Not only does it feel good for the soul, dancing also has some major health perks. Like any good, low-impact cardio workout, dancing can improve cardiovascular health, increase stamina, strengthen bones and muscles and stave off illnesses. Moving to music will also stimulate your senses – sight, sound and touch – it’s great fun and it’s good for our bodies and minds. Dancing will improve the condition of the heart and lungs, as well as test our balance. Research in the USA has shown that dancing is the best form of physical activity for keeping the brain active.
Depending on your style, dance is an expression of your personality and a way of exploring who you are! What’s more, exercising can lift your mood and reduce the risk of depression – don’t overlook the feel good factor. And let’s not forget the sense of achievement you’ll feel as you master the most complex of moves – finding something you enjoy, and that you can see and feel your improvement at with practice, can give your confidence an enormous boost, dancing to music helps to relieve pressure. All in all making you a happier, fitter, sexier and a much more confident person. Recent recommendations say looking after your heart, eating well, staying physically & socially active are all good for us all, so get on the dance floor and pull out your best moves!
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