So you think you can dance?
Popular dance competitions and reality shows have revived the trend of ballroom dancing. They bring in the energy, glitz, and magic of the dance form to your screens. Yet, you won’t know what to expect from your ballroom dance lessons by watching television.
We outline the main differences between Reality TV vs. Ballroom Dance Classes to give you a taste of the real world.
Are you nervous about your first post-pandemic ballroom dance class?
Spending months at home does that to you. We have already discussed tips to prepare for ballroom dance lessons after a long spell. Yet, sometimes, knowing what to expect is not enough.
It’s more important to make the most of the lessons while you are in the studio and what you do next.
Here are a few tips to get you on the right track!
Are you planning to learn ballroom dancing after quarantine?
Whether you are coming to socialize, practice your skills, or prepare for your wedding dance, we are excited to meet you. Our ballroom dance classes are welcoming old and new faces after we reopened the Studio.
However, times are changing and so shall we. That is why we decided to answer some frequently asked questions about post-pandemic ballroom dance classes.
Believe it or not, but the fitness benefits of ballroom dancing are in-sync with your current body goals. It is an excellent way to loosen up and do an energetic workout session. One that lets you shed off those extra pounds and bring back the bounce in your steps. Whether you want to try Fitness Class, Tango, Samba, or Foxtrot, each dancing style doubles up as a workout session.
Want to know how?
Here is how you can get back into shape with ballroom dancing.
When it comes to health and fitness, dancing is probably the most fun option out there for people that want to get back into shape and learn a new skill at the same time. If you haven’t signed up for ballroom dancing lessons, then here is what you need to know: