….keep mind and body healthy with dancing.
Besides being fun, dance has health benefits that may surprise you. Shows like “Dancing with the Stars” are popular to watch, but Robin Sandland of Dance Club International explains why you should get up and get dancing!
Dancing is great exercise – It is good for the heart and cardiovascular system and increases lung capacity. It increases circulation and burns calories while improving stamina. It is estimated that dance burns 5 to 10 calories per minute depending on speed and intensity. Styles like swing and mambo burn more calories than a slow waltz.
It aids in lipid control, raising HDL (the good cholesterol) and lowering LDL (the bad cholesterol). The balance that dancing requires strengthens stabilizer muscles, protecting the core and keeping dancers less prone to injury. It also aids in coordination and strengthens reflexes. “The extra bonus is it is a non jarring physical exercise,” Robin said.
Research published in “The Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition” found that a weekly dance program could also improve physical performance and increase energy levels among adults.
Boost memory Dance exercises the mind by improving memory through memorizing steps, routines and dance patterns. Mental exercise keeps your mind alert and quick.
Dancing is recreational and entertaining Dancing has no cultural barriers. You’ll learn about different cultures and ideologies.
Make friends Being socially engaged leads to increased happiness, self confidence and self-discipline. Dance elevates your mood by raising endorphin levels also reducing stress and symptoms of depression.
About Dance Club International:
Dance Club International, located in Satellite Beach, focuses on social dancing and not dance competitions.
“It’s a social outlet for adults from empty nesters, finding each other again to singles who are seeking a non threatening social environment,” owner and manager Barry Sandland said. “We appeal to anyone over 25 years old. We are not involved with competitive dancing, just simply social dancing.”
Individual and group lessons are offered in a variety of styles including swing, salsa, waltz, cha cha, tango, foxtrot, country, rumba, hustle, merengue, samba and more. The studio offers weekly dance parties.
Dance club members are people of all ages, walks of life and professions. They all love learning to dance socially and participating in social dance events. You don’t have to have any experience or even a partner. “It is a safe place for people who love to dance.”
Dance Club International
Ocean View Office Centre,
476 HWY A1A Suite 7, Satellite Beach
(321) 779-1188 | Dancesb.com