I’ve danced professionally for a couple of decades. These days I casual dance. I dance like nobody is watching. I love to move, dance to be precise! Start the music and you cannot miss my moves.
Health Benefits of Dancing
Boost Memory: Retirees have a tendency to lose memory, but that’s not the case when they are constantly dancing. It has been discovered that dance is beneficial for maintaining memories in older adults.
Lose Weight: Dance It’s a fantastic exercise that will tone your whole body, that doesn’t require you to go to the gym.
Better Balance: Dance requires you to have a good sense of balance, which can make it beneficial for people with mild or moderate Parkinson’s disease.
Increase Energy Levels: Dancing is an energetic activity that gives you more energy to do other things! So give yourself a chance to learn something new and take advantage of the health benefits of dance!
Improve Flexibility: Flexibility can be increased with dancing, and it’s a healthy way to maintain healthy joints. Even if you already have health problems that affect your joint health, dance is a safe exercise!
Combat Aging: The music makes us feel better about ourselves because it has been proven that listening to music releases dopamine in the part of our brain associated with pleasure and motivation.
Health: Dance improves the condition of your heart and lungs. It also helps with increased muscular strength, endurance and motor fitness.
Mood Boost: Dance elevates dopamine and endorphins, two neurotransmitters responsible for feelings of pleasure and happiness. People who dance regularly tend to be less lonely, are more adventurous, more empathetic, and capable of forming stronger bonds with others than those who do not dance.
Hello! Great to see you here.My name is Nishi. A South Asian by birth, am a practicing Certified Nutritionist, a Certified Wellness Consultant, and a Certified Personal Trainer in the San Francisco Bay Area, who is a strong advocate for staying fit with a healthy lifestyle, at all ages. Do good with your health, start today! Carpe Diem.