Health Benefits of Ballroom Dancing
Ballroom Dancing can increase your rhythm and balance, boost stamina, provide a cardiovascular workout, strengthen muscle tone and relieve stress.
The New England Journal of Medicine has published evidence that Ballroom Dancing as an activity lessens the risk of dementia and Alzheimer’s. This can be attributed to the ongoing brain-muscle activity required in learning, remembering and executing the dance steps.
Please note that dancing is a physical activity. Consult with your doctor before engaging in any physical activity. Crystal Ballroom is not responsible for injuries, loss or damage to persons or property.
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