New Study: Dancing Key to Helping Women Stay Healthy

A new study reveals women in their prime can decrease their risk of heart attack and stroke and stay healthy by dancing.   Postmenopausal women are at a higher risk for numerous health concerns. As women age, their metabolism naturally slows down, which often results in weight gain. High cholesterol, belly fat, and elevated blood… Read More

Dancing Offers Hope for Parkinson’s Patients

A new study confirms that dancing can slow the progression of Parkinson’s disease in patients with mild to moderate symptoms.   Parkinson’s disease is a progressive disease affecting the nervous system. It impacts dopamine neurons, causing tremors, limb rigidity, walking, and balance problems. People with Parkinson’s disease often have non-motor problems, such as depression, apathy,… Read More

Re-energize Your Exercise Routine by Adding Ballroom Dancing

Re-energize your exercise routine to stay the course by scheduling a dance lesson at Fred Astaire Dance Studios.   Now that it’s the end of January, you may find your enthusiasm for achieving your New Year’s resolution to get physically fit is starting to wane. Cold temperatures, shorter days, and boredom can take a toll… Read More

Dancing Helps Achieve Fitness Goals

Shake up your usual workout routine by trying a new workout that showcases dancing and helps you achieve your fitness goals.   Fitness gurus can find a plethora of workouts that combine dancing and exercise moves to engage participants. Ballroom dance lessons at Fred Astaire Dance Studios offer participants a fun, social activity, as well… Read More