Does Ballroom Dancing Reduce the Risk of Dementia?

Odds are, you know someone who is affected by dementia in some way. That’s because more than 47 million people are living with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia worldwide, and that number is growing. November is National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month, and while there is no cure for Alzheimer’s yet, there is still hope… Read More

How to Host a Halloween Masquerade

Masquerade balls are one of the most glamorous customs to come out of the medieval period. For hundreds of years, they waxed and waned as a result of the political views of whichever monarchy was in power, but they never completely went out of fashion. These gatherings cemented the popularity of ballroom dances such as… Read More

How to Host a Halloween Masquerade

Masquerade balls are one of the most glamorous customs to come out of the medieval period. For hundreds of years, they waxed and waned as a result of the political views of whichever monarchy was in power, but they never completely went out of fashion. These gatherings cemented the popularity of ballroom dances such as… Read More

The Swing of Things: Politicians, Pumpkins and Perfect Pairs

We have lots of fun dance news in store for you this month! From Bernie Sanders taking some time off the campaign trail to get his groove on to a little backstage romance on “Dancing With The Stars,” October has been nothing short of exciting in the world of dance! Bernie Sanders busts a move… Read More

It’s true! Ballroom dancing helps kids battle obesity

Whether it’s the rumba, the salsa or anything in between, dance can be a challenging workout that keeps you moving, healthy and fit. Children especially can benefit from learning to dance as childhood obesity rates are on the rise. So let’s take on childhood obesity with dance! Ballroom dance is a great after school activity… Read More

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