Monthly Archives: June 2013

Alcohol and Your First Dance

    My students rarely ask if they should wait until after their dance to start drinking at their wedding, but they should. Everyone reacts differently to alcohol but hardly anyone is a good judge of their own character when … Continue reading

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Engineering Students use Swing Dancing to Strengthen their Minds

Engineering students at Northwestern University are learning to swing dance for a very specific reason. They’re taking a for-credit class called Whole Body Thinking, according to the Associated Press. The idea is to help future engineers break outside their comfort … Continue reading

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Dance and How To Keep Young Children Active

Here is a guest blog from a dance studio in England! It’s important to get kids involved in physical activity from a young age. Not only is it good for their health, but it helps them to learn vital life … Continue reading

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94 Year Old Wins Dance Competions

   Tao Porchon-Lynch is a 94 year old yoga teacher who started dancing in her eighties.  A perfect example of “It’s never too late to start”, Tao hit the ground running when she decided to take on ballroom dance.  It … Continue reading

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Dancing with Disabilities: Breakdance Champions!

After you watch these guys competing against the world’s best break dancers, you may never again be able to say there is anything you “can’t” do.  They are not just proving that people with disabilities can dance.  They are proving … Continue reading

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