Ever wanted to take Dance Lessons ?
Dancing...It's Not Just for Stars Anymore
If ever dancing seemed to be falling into obscurity, popular movies and reality TV shows have brought renewed excitement for learning the art of dance. Dancing has always been artistic than our current day swaying back and forth, crazed gyrations, or head banging on the dance floor. Realizing that, more people from all walks of life, ages, and abilities find themselves wanting to learn to dance. Every day there are new and different types of dance lessons becoming available all over the world. Dance is taking us by storm.
Everyone can benefit greatly from taking dance lessons. Dance lessons are a way to explore your creativity, develop new ways of self-expression, instilling self confidence, and gaining grace as well. With so many styles of dance from around the world gaining popularity, anyone can surely find their niche when looking for dance lessons to fit their personality, interest, and lifestyle.
Dance lessons are available for children as young as 3 years in the form of creative movement dance lessons, which are more exploratory than formal. Older children often begin with ballet or classical ballroom dance lessons including waltz, tango, foxtrot, Viennese waltz, and sometimes the quickstep. Adults tend to enjoy Latin dance lessons as beginners, including cha-cha, rumba, Paso doble, samba, bolero, and mambo.
More options for taking dance lessons include jazz, hip-hop, tap, and swing. However, as there are as many dances as there are cultures, the types of dancing one may learn are virtually limitless. Folk dance lessons can be found in countries around the world, and can be made available to anyone with a desire to learn them. People have been known to start community dance centers to teach others the dances of their culture. College teachers often specialize in giving dance lessons in styles such as Odissi, Kathak, Afro-Brazilian, Odori, and Tahitian. If you have the ability to attend a Pow-Wow, it is possible to obtain dance lessons in the styles of Native American or Indigenous cultures as well.
Even more options for exploring this expressive genre include the circus arts. Dance lessons within circus arts could include aerial dance and acroyoga, and even pole dancing! These types of dance lessons are some of the most intense, but once you are soaring through the air the hard work is worth it!
No matter what age you are when you begin taking dance lessons, it's quite common to attend the first class harboring a bit of fear. You may worry about being the oldest or the youngest, about being the only guy, or about everyone being more coordinated, thinner, or more flexible. These things are of no consequence. Everyone is taking dance lessons because they want to and everyone learns at their own pace and ability, so if dancing is something that you’ve been dreaming about since you first saw stars on tv, seize the day! Remember, dancing is also a great way to relieve stress, so even if you go into your first dance lessons nervous and high strung, remember that life is short and you want to be dancing through as much of it as you can!
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