When it comes to dancing, learning the steps is easy, but knowing how to hold and lead your partner...
Why should kids dance?
Do you want your child to have a love of music and be able to move confidently to the rhythm? Dancing can help you and your son or daughter to achieve this in a fun, relaxed and friendly environment.
If you need to know whether the experience will benefit your child, keep reading.
Ballroom dancing helps in a multitude of ways for the overall development and growth of your child. It is a sport that's non-violent and provides a low impact way of fitness training whilst maintaining a good body posture for both boys and girls all the while building strength and endurance.
Dance can often aid other sports training, as it teaches the student how the body's muscles work.
Along with general health benefits, dance helps develop coordination and balance and has the added advantage of aiding in areas of growth such as self-confidence and self-expression.
In the Ballroom genre, the dances have different rhythms with varying time phrasing and steps. Dance can help with problem solving and provides mental stimulation when learning the technique and steps involved within each dance or dance style, with each dance being different from the others.
Week by week, your child will learn about different rhythms and over time will develop an appreciation of movement to music.
Learning Team Work
As well as self-discipline, your child learns to work as part of a team and will form lasting friendships from the social interaction with others at all levels, respect for others and politeness.
The Art of DanceSport
Dance is both an art and a sport, and this helps our children grow with better skill sets through their developing years.
Being taught by fully accredited teachers at Experience Dance, the three styles of Ballroom Dance (Standard, Latin American and New Vogue) can give your child many of the life skills they will need as they grow and develop.