It’s a happy form of exercise, promoting interaction whilst providing an incentive for otherwise inactive family members to break a sweat. Some people dance because it is can be a great stress reliever and help melt away tension and worries from daily life.
An excellent cardiovascular workout as well as weight-bearing activity, it will benefit individuals looking to improve over-all health as well as strengthen bones. For the young and old alike, dancing can lead to better body image, self-esteem and overall emotional well-being.
Dancing together is a perfect indoor activity for rainy days. Parents can teach children dances from their generation or get the whole family involved in creating a new dance together to a song. Children can take turns picking a different song from a different genre of music each week. Alternatively, families who want a more structured approach with hands-on guidance from a professional can consider taking dance classes at a studio.
Here are some simple videos that families can follow or draw on as a source of inspiration for a DIY dance time at home.
And here are some dance studios families can check out for classes!