Ballroom Dance can be the answer for a single lady’s “Dance Night”
St. Peters, MO (PRWEB) January 29, 2015
Today’s woman is independent, hard working, and ready for new and exciting challenges. There are alternatives for ladies who are curious about dancing, yet hesitant in going to the local club for the experience. Some club experiences are worthwhile; however, there are other times when the goal of dancing is set aside due to an outside social pressure. Dance Pizazz, the St. Louis area's funnest, friendliest dance studio, has three tips on how ballroom dance can be the answer for a woman’s “Dance Night” (http://www.dance-pizazz.com):
1. Dance lessons can provide a safe environment: From cat-calls and drunken slurs, to objectification and abrasive club-goers, the club nightlife runs the gamut of “what could go wrong.” Why not circumvent all of the club drama and dance in a safe and positive atmosphere? Dance lessons taught by professionals allow today’s woman to let her hair down and dance without a concern over the negative aspects of a nightclub, and it lets her have fun, too.
2. Dance lessons curb social awkwardness: A nightclub welcomes all walks of life, with all types of agendas. Not all patrons of the club are there to dance, nor are they all there for socialization or getting to know someone. Ballroom dance lessons provide an environment where dancing, no matter what level the dancer’s at (beginner, intermediate, and advanced), is the main goal of the event. No more social awkwardness when trying to communicate in a dark club. Dance lessons allow today’s woman to have that social interaction with someone who expresses similar interests, and without the hassle.
3. Dance lessons can help expand a social circle: Not only are there Private (one-on-one) Lessons, but Dance Pizazz also provides Group Lessons and Dance Parties – no partner necessary. With Group Lessons, today’s woman can encounter other people who have the same passion for dance that she does. This allows the opportunity for any dancer (beginner, intermediate, or advanced) to expand their social circle with other people who have similar interests and goals, without a worry of someone’s true motive.
Dance Pizazz recognizes the multiple demands today’s woman has. Dance lessons – be it cha-cha, salsa, swing, or other fun and challenging dances – provide a hassle-free environment for any dancer to engage in a social activity, all while having fun. Check out http://www.dance-pizazz.com to see how other dancers of various levels have benefited from a safe dancing atmosphere.