The benefits of social dancing
Physical and mental benefits
- Dancing can really help to enhance your posture, balance and concentration; which can prevent falls.
- Dancing helps the body’s circulatory system as it makes your heart pump blood faster and flow to the brain which encourages direct focus and concentration; improving cardiovascular health.
- Dancing fortify your lungs, because you accomplish a cardiovascular activity and it will increase your lungs workload, increasing their capacity.
- Strengthen your bones density. Dancing helps to strengthen the skeleton and reduces the risk of Osteoporosis. This will improve your mobility.
- Regular dancing will improve and build muscle tone throughout the body, especially in the legs and buttocks.
- Dancing will softly lengthen and fortify your muscles to improve flexibility and increase strength and stamina.
- Your grace and agility will improve if your posture, mobility and flexibility improve.
- Dancing aid in weight loss and it is a great way for people of all ages to get and stay in shape. Dancing encourages weight control and overall fitness through calorie burn off.
- Dancing helps you to relax, reducing stress and tension.
- Dancing improve your brain activity.
Personal and social benefits
- Dancing is a good way you meet with other people, make new friends and improve your social life.
- Dancing improve confidence and liberates endorphins and encourage feelings of well-being.
- Dance can play a role in altering attitudes to a range of health related subjects including discipline, drug and alcohol abuse.