Dancing Captivates People Everywhere!
are the benefits of dancing? Is it an act you participate in just to
pass time during the week-end or, possibly, a weeknight? Do you dance so
you can feel beautiful and graceful for a change, or does it hold
something of more value for you?
What is so important about the act of dancing? Of course, it's an entertaining exercise, but why is it so captivating? Why do you crave "the dance?"
Why do you dance when music gets into your soul? Why does dancing sometimes make you laugh out loud or lean in close to your dance partner?
Furthermore, what is so special about dancing with someone you love, or even dancing with a stranger? Why does your baby experience much delight when you sway around the room to the music? Why do you get excited and dance for joy?
This article will explore some of the important benefits which abound for dancers, regardless of their age, country of origin, or whether they dance professionally or for fun.
Dancing: An energizing, captivating experience. We live it! We feel it! We breathe it! We love it! But why?
What Purpose Does Dancing Serve?
Dancing provides many great benefits and, while it's not possible to list them all, some of the greater benefits are listed below:
- Dancing allows one to express oneself.
- A sense of unity is found within the dance.
- Dancing provides physical/mental refreshment and relaxation.
- Laughter and fun — dancing can provide a lot of entertainment.
- Dancing is a form of exercise.
- Dancers find inspiration and motivation as they become lost in the dance.
- Dancing allows professional dancers to form affiliations.
Of course, sometimes people just want to get the party started. They want to loosen up and go with the sound of the music. They could be clapping while dancing or snapping their fingers. It doesn't matter! Their only purpose is to be one with the music.
Expressions of the DanceConveying a Message Dancing allows people to express how they feel at a given moment. Anyone observing a mother swaying around her house with her baby tucked safely in her arms knows she is experiencing a moment of intense love for her baby, while exercising a tender embrace while caught up in the dance. When a couple is dancing to a slow song and they look into each others' eyes and smile, it's not difficult to realize they feel strong emotions for each other, regardless of whether it's love or lust. On another note, dance is an expression of art, in that it appeals to the emotions. For example, a girl who pirouettes across a stage while performing ballet appears graceful and elegant to many people, thus emotionally appealing. A woman who dances slowly in the arms of a man she loves seems enchanted, which brings happiness and, for some people, tears of joy. Break-dancing involves fluidity of movement which cheers the crowd. Synchronized background dancers performing the same moves at the same time create excitement and enthusiasm which liven up a crowd, especially if accompanied by upbeat music. However, an important point to remember is that just because many people enjoy the dances they witness, that doesn't mean everyone is affected the same way. People interpret things differently and, as a result, their emotional responses will differ. As an example, let's re-visit the little ballet dancer mentioned above. While most of the audience may be enthralled with her graceful performance, for a mother looking on who has lost her daughter, there may be a feeling of sorrow mingled with the joy and awe of the moment. Our generation is beggining to lose the importance of culture that comes with dancing this studio can help many youth in our community restore the feeling. You can help out today with a simple donation.