Dancing keeps you young in mind, body and spirit! Remember when you were in your teens or 20’s, and you were at a great dance club and the ENTIRE ROOM felt like it was one massive space full of energy and movement? When you bring together people who really love to dance the energy and electricity are boundless!
Dancing can be magical and transforming. It is an expression of your personality and a way of exploring who you are. It can breathe new life into a tired soul, make a spirit soar, unleash locked-away creativity, unite generations and cultures, inspire new romances or rekindle old ones, trigger long-forgotten memories and turn sadness into joy, if only during the dance. It is a fun filled way to keep fit and boost ones self-confidence.
The coolest part about dancing is that it saves your mind – literally. Dancing gives your noggin’s memory, coordination, and focus, leading to stronger synapses and beefed-up grey matter. Dance, as we now know, is therapeutic. It uses movement to improve the mental and physical well-being of a person. It focuses on the connection between the mind and body to promote health and healing. It is the fastest, most direct route to the truth. Not some big truth that belongs to everybody, but the get down and personal kind. Like Katherine Jenkins says, “When I dance, I forget everything else and just feel completely happy.”
We dance to reclaim our brilliant ability to disappear into something bigger, something safe, a space without a critic, judge or analyst. We dance to fall in love with the spirit in all things, to wipe out memories or transform it into moves that nobody else can make because they didn’t live it.
We dance to connect to the true genius lurking behind all the bullshit, to seek refuge in our originality and our power to reinvent ourselves, to shed the past, forget the future and fall into the moment feet first. We dance to survive, and the beat offers a yellow brick road to make it through the chaos that is the tempo of our times.
We dance to shed skins, tear off masks, crack moulds and experience the breakdown – the shattering of borders between body, heart and mind, between genders and generations, between nations and nomads.
Clinical reports suggest dance may be effective in improving self-esteem and reducing stress. As a form of exercise, dance can be beneficial for both physical and emotional aspects of quality of life.
Physically, dance can provide exercise, reduce muscle tension and improve mobility and muscle coordination.
Emotionally, dance is reported to improve self-awareness, self-confidence, interpersonal interaction and is an outlet for communicating feelings.
Some promoters claim that dance may strengthen the immune system through muscular action and physiological processes and can even help prevent disease.
There is growing evidence that stimulating one’s mind by dancing not only increases cognitive acuity and makes us smarter, but can ward off Alzheimer’s disease and other dementia. As a matter of fact, frequent dancing is the only physical activity to offer protection against dementia.
All in all, dancing makes one a happier, fitter, sexier and a much more confident person. It is a feel-good way to improve one’s fitness. Given the unique combination of physical activity, social interaction and mental concentration, all set to music, it’s no wonder it has been found to help relieve stress, increase energy and improve strength and muscle tone.
So if you are looking for a fun, energising and effective way to relieve stress and anxiety, then 30+ Dance Event is the ‘go to’ place. Or perhaps you’re tired of relying on unhealthy ways to unwind, or want to combine exercise with relaxation.
- Are you one of those passionate people who just wants to get up and dance when you hear a great rhythm?
- Have you on occasions even went onto the dance floor alone because you wanted to dance so much, and you weren’t going to wait or depend on anyone else to ask you to join them?
- When you dance, do you feel soooo alive and energetic and happy?
- Are you over 30 and have the mentality that age is just a number and has nothing to do with dance anyway?
If you answered YES to any of these questions, then this event is for you!
Now stop finding excuses, unlock your inner self, start dancing, celebrate life and get your mojo back.
“Life may not be the party we had hoped for, but while we are here, we should dance.”