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The Benefits of Dancing

According to an article published by Berkeley University California dancing is one of the activities which not only serves a lot of fun in learning how to connect your brain with your feet on the rhythm of the music, but shows also that the mental and physical health beneficials for young and old are enormous.

That is why we have created an opportunity to learn children on a young age how to dance so they can profit from all those great benefits themselves and apply them to other people they will met during their lifetime.

The emphasis of our program is to create a form of WELLNESS in all its meanings to each child.


Wellness is a positive, affirming,mental, conscious, self-directed and evolving process of achieving full potential

By applying the following 6 dimensions of Wellness any person will experience how each dimension interacts with each other what will contribute to a healthy and fulfilling life.


Occupational wellness is also the ability to achieve a balance between school, work and leisure in a way that promotes health, a sense of personal satisfaction.


The ability to maintain a healthy quality of life that allows us to get through our daily activities without undue fatigue or physical stress.


To have a positive attitude, high self-esteem and create the ability to recognize and share feelings with others in a constructive way.


To create the ability to successfully interact with people in your community. Social well-being is enhanced by establishing supportive social networks through meaningful relationships with family, friends and colleagues.


Engaging in creative and stimulating mental activities to expand your knowledge and skills and helping others to explore those skills also.


Involves and enhances values and beliefs that provide a purpose in your live.

Finding harmony between that which lies within and the social and physical forces that come from outside.

Louisa Van HaasterThe Benefits of Dancing