Absolutely, positively YEA! Well, only if you want to have more fun at any activity that includes music. Learn how to dance so when you go to clubs, concerts, cruises, weddings, holiday events, block parties, or dances, you can participate.
Dancing is key to keeping a fit body and mind. Take a look at these Dance Safari posts, “Want to Dance? 3 Big Reasons to Learn Social Dancing” and “Ballroom Dancing is Good for Teenagers“. Also, let’s not forget the senior citizens. It’s never too early nor too late to get started. What’s more, this is seriously important for your well-being.
When you learn how to dance, you’ll have a hobby that will never bore you.
That’s because there’s always something new for you to work on.
Here are some of the dance styles you can learn:
Salsa, Bachata, Merengue, West Coast Swing, Hustle, and Lindy Hop
Foxtrot, Waltz, Rumba, Cha Cha, and East Coast Swing
American Style Smooth & Rhythm and International Style Ballroom & Latin in the Bronze, Silver, and Gold Levels
Country Two-Step, Waltz, Cha Cha, East Coast Swing, West Coast Swing, and Nightclub Two-Step
As you can see, no matter what kind of music you like you can find a class that will teach you how to dance to it.
The #1 benefit of becoming a good dancer is you’ll enjoy more fun out of life.
One of the biggest reasons that people decide to pick up ballroom dancing is to have a better social life. “Yeah, yeah“, you say. “My social life is just fine, thank you very much!” But, adding another layer of fun, music, laughter, and, (a delightful bonus) human touch, has the same effect as sitting in front of a big, warm fireplace…it just feels good! As a matter of fact, ask any dancer about it and he or she will tell you what a difference dancing has made in their life.
So, what are you waiting for? Now’s the time to take dance lessons, go to a dance class, enjoy life, get fit, and master a new skill. By doing so, you’ll become a better version of yourself.