Dancing is one of the best forms of activity for improving mental capabilities.
St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) March 01, 2013
There are many reasons why dancing at Dance Pizazz, the St. Louis' area funnest, friendliest dance studio, is good for the body. Ballroom dance, though, is also great for the mind. The brain is a wonderful thing, and there are ways to foster structure, support, and growth through ballroom dancing and improve someone's well-being to boot.
Here are three ways that dance, and group lessons in particular, can help out mentally:
1. Studies from the New England Journal of Medicine (http://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMoa022252, July 2003) have shown that dancing is one of the best forms of activity for improving mental capabilities. Dancing requires immediate and continual decision making, which is necessary to keep your brain active and sharp. Our Group Lessons will provide the environment for someone to strengthen their mind and provide a social outlet to help others do the same. Dance Pizazz's (http://www.dance-pizazz.com) Group Lessons provide a win-win situation.
2. We know for some people it’s difficult to feel comfortable in a group or public setting. That's why our group lessons are catered toward helping that transition from wallflower to showstopper. With Dance Pizazz's Group Lessons, access is provided to public sessions, but at a personal pace. Also, Group Lessons can allow a person's skills be the guiding force and allow the student to be comfortable around other students with a shared activity they enjoy.
3. With winter in full swing, some people feel the need to stay inside, protected from the cold and away from people. Humans, however, are social creatures. The social environment fosters growth and support and Group Lessons provide that atmosphere. Dance Pizazz's Group Lessons get people to be around others and reinforce positive social interaction.
Check out Dance Pizazz's (http://www.dance-pizazz.com) Group Lessons: the experience of ballroom dancing with others will leave anyone with a sense of accomplishment and the knowledge that bettering oneself can happen in more ways than just the physical... and dancing is a strong component of that.