Feeling a little down in the dumps lately? If so, here’s a thought. Why not let ballroom dancing help you to improve your self-esteem? In fact, learning to dance will make you feel good about yourself. Interested? Good.
To begin, you need to make the decision to take ballroom dance lessons. Go ahead, do it. When you do, you’ll see that only good things will happen. Here’s the Dance Safari post, “Why Dance? The Benefits of Ballroom Dancing“. Surely, you’ll find a few that appeal to you.
After you’ve taken lessons for a few months, you’ll start to feel pretty good about what you’re learning. In addition to that, when you go to group classes or socials, you don’t have any trouble getting dances. Kinda nice, huh?
Is ballroom dancing for everyone with self-esteem issues?
Oh, I don’t know. Is movement, music, laughter, socializing, and fun good for someone who wants to improve self-esteem?
You can expect physical and emotional improvements as you get better at dancing. And, others will notice it, too. Now, when people look at you, they see that you’ve developed into someone who is unique and talented. They see that you:
- …are fearless and confident on the ballroom dance floor.
- …seem to have more poise than most as you hold your beautiful dance posture.
- …move your body in a way that makes the non-dancers envious.
- …are in better shape than some because you’re moving more.
- …seem to be having more fun than should be legal.
Learning ballroom dancing sure makes you feel good.
What is it about dancing that helps improve your self-esteem?
- If you’re looking to massage your character (ego), one of the top reasons to become a good dancer is the sense of accomplishment that comes from setting a goal and achieving it.
- Increased confidence comes quickly as it becomes clear that you have the tenacity to stick with what you’re going after.
- Let’s not forget about the courage that it took for you to walk into the dance studio to take that first lesson. Bold looks good on you.
- By the way, when you’re a good ballroom dancer, other dancers want to be around you. They want to dance with you because you make them feel good. C’mon, what a boost to your self-esteem that is!
All things considered, making an effort to improve your self-esteem through ballroom dancing appears to be a win-win situation. Not only do you get a better, healthier, more fun social life and but also, your self-esteem gets out of the basement and into the penthouse. Zoom!