Beginners & Benefits

We love teaching everyone and we specialize in teaching beginners and first timers! From beginners to advanced, our certified instructors will help you achieve your dancing goals! If you can walk, you can dance!

Learn about the benefits of taking a group class.

Benefits of Dance
According to Ruma Batheja, Dance is a form of art which exists since time immemorial in all cultures, in some or the other form. It is believed that dancing is in our DNA.

  • Dancing activates the reward centers in the human brain.
  • Dancing amazingly helps in maximizing cognitive function.
  • Dancing activates kinesthetic, rational and emotional function of the brain.
  • Our brains are wired to connect to people, even if unconsciously.  Dance springs from a human desire for personal expression and social connection thereby stimulating a bond of collaboration.
  • Dancing also improves self-confidence and self-esteem by providing an opportunity for people to express themselves.
  • A study conducted by Andrew Lane at the University of Wolverhampton shows dancing triggers the release of feel-good hormones like serotonin and endorphins. It helps in letting go the stress and worries of the past or future. 

To Your Health!
Undoubtedly, dancing has some major health perks. It can give you more than traditional cardio. It increases stamina, strengthens bones and muscles, improves balance, agility, coordination, power, reactivity and speed. The findings, published in the New England Journal of Medicine, suggest that getting footloose on a regular basis is linked with a 76 percent reduction in dementia risk.

Dancing propels synchronization of the Cerebrum and Cerebellum thereby creating superfluidity. Dance has been used therapeutically for thousands of years. Research has found that using dance movements as a form of therapy activates several brain functions at once. Dancing gives the potential to accept one’s body as it is and appreciate its own beauty, movement, and rhythm. It also allows you to change the perception of yourself from worst enemy to best friend. There is a dancer in all of us. You really don’t need a thing to get started. It’s time to get your groove on. In the name of science, HR should reclaim, rebrand and embrace Dance as a tool to foster well-being. Let this neuroscience of speaking with action and movement break the stereotypes.