Today’s “TECH” Got You STRESSED?

Today’s “TECH” Got You STRESSED?

Between working, paying bills, going to school, student loans, taking care of our children and families, cooking, cleaning, running errands and more, we live in a very fast paced “multi-tasking” type of world flooded with technology where most of our days are scheduled from “daylight till we drop.”  We understand that it can be quite difficult to deal with at times…and leaves you wanting nothing more than just a way to relax at the end of your day.  Are you thinking what I am thinking?

  • Maybe you’ve been needing a new “Happy Place?” 
  • Maybe you’ve been wanting a new hobby for a while, but can’t decide?
  • Maybe you have realized that you and your partner need something more exciting to do together that you both will enjoy?  
  • Maybe you realize it’s time to invest more into your own well-being and acknowledge how important your mental and physical health really are?

We invite you to give dancing a opportunity as your new way to combat daily stress and anxiety.  It’s an escape like no other, and it can change your life for the better. 

Here are 3 Ways Dancing Can Help You Relax

It’s a fact: one of the best and proven ways to relieve stress is through exercise. It’s also true that it’s hard to stay relaxed in today’s world of constant actions, emotions, and interaction as mentioned earlier. 

According to a Harvard Health Review article exercise – such as ballroom dancing – can help by relieving mental stress. 

1. Promoting Chemical Balance: Simply put, dancing has been proven to reduce the levels of stress hormones while stimulating the production of endorphins. These endorphins are responsible for post-workout feelings like optimism and relaxation. The more regular the exercise, the more endorphins are released to aid relaxation and regulate the body’s cycles.

2. Deepening the Mind-Body Connection: Mental stress is known to manifest itself physically in symptoms such as muscle tenseness, cramps, rapid breathing, and even lightheadedness. Dancing regularly, though, can bring about a deeper mind-body connection by reducing stress. This awareness is key to maintaining good overall health and keeping negative symptoms and even diseases at bay.

3. Fun and Exercise: Ballroom dance is a stellar workout that is also fun! It allows the body to work many muscle groups in a rhythmic and repetitive fashion, which increases stamina and strength. It also allows for dancers of any level (beginner, intermediate, or advanced) to unleash their creativity. What better way to both exercise and promote relaxation than while listening to good music?

As a body becomes stronger through exercise, it can also become more relaxed. Ballroom dance can help anyone with low-to-high levels of stress achieve balance on and off the dance floor. There are many other ways dancing has helped many achieve their healthy body goals. 


We invite you to come join us at our next Open House Night. 

Come mingle and enjoy an evening of free dance lessons, free food and drinks in our relaxed no obligation environment, and see if ballroom dancing and all its benefits are for you. NO PARTNER IS NECESSARY 

See class listings HERE  


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