I had the pleasure of being a part of a beautiful dance studio in Cincinnati, OH. If you’ve never been there, Cincinnati is a big, busy city of the Ohio River and is the international headquarters of some of the largest corporations in the world. You want museums, zoos, botanical gardens, historic marketplaces? You got it. How about a gorgeous sky that is so blue, if you saw it in a painting, you’d say, “That is not realistic. No sky is that blue.” Some say it’s a magical city, but I found magic in a ballroom dance studio. So, my advice to you is, if you’re looking for a life-changing experience, take dance lessons. Sure it’ll cost you, but it’s totally worth it.
Dance to be Free
The feeling of moving in sync with your partner is liberating. And, you don’t have to be a high-level ballroom dance professional to enjoy it. When you study at a ballroom dance studio, you’ll be free from the chains of mediocrity right from the start.
Take lessons at a ballroom dance studio. You’ll be amazed at how easy it is to let your body sing.
Relax as you feel your partner’s arms around you. Human touch is truly one of the best things in life. Enjoy the power of bodies touching and moving as one.
When you take lessons, you’ll lose the shyness you feel about how you move. Go ahead, express yourself. You can never be wrong about how you feel. After all, they’re your feelings! So own them and let others in on your secret.
A ballroom dance studio is the place to go to get the instruction you need to build up your confidence both on and off the dance floor. Imagine how good it’ll feel when you’re doing something you never thought you could. Not only that, but your new hobby will help get your body running like a well-oiled machine.
Where should I take lessons?
Independent or chain dance school? It don’t matter to me.
Ballroom dance studios are serious business. Some have been giving lessons for many years as their students grow and change. Whether you take lessons at an independent studio or one of the chain studios does not matter. Just be sure to immerse yourself in the community and take advantage of everything your studio has to offer. Take lessons with your dedicated private instructor and supplement them with group classes and dance parties. Learn more about the 3-way system of teaching in this Dance Safari post, “5 Things to Look for in a Ballroom Dance Studio.”
Treat yourself like you matter and invest in something that will pay you back in new experiences, great friends, and good, clean fun!