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 On the Playing Field

Fred Astaire Dance Studios recommends taking a break from news about current events and contentious political issues by spending time watching athletes celebrate victories and achievements by dancing on the playing field. Our 24-hour news feed allows us to connect with people from around the world. It enables us to stay abreast of current events,… 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

Add Spark to Marriage by Making Romantic Gestures

If your spouse appreciated the flowers and chocolates you purchased on Valentine’s Day this year, Fred Astaire Dance Studios recommends ramping up your efforts at romantic gestures to keep the flame burning bright throughout the year.   During the hustle and bustle of daily life, married couples typically put their relationship on the back burner.… Read More