If you are planning a traditional wedding (and no one says you have to!) you are likely hoping to get a few special people on the dance floor.
Create a Wedding to Remember with an Awesome Bridal Party Dance
Isn’t It Time You Took Care of You?
Think about it. How many times in the past week, past day - heck, past hour! - have you done something for someone else? There’s no shortage of requests, whether at home or work. And, if you are a do-er, you are probably involved in plenty of activities where you say “yes” a bit more than you should.
Parkinson’s Sufferers May Find Relief on the Dance Floor
Those who love ballroom dancing, whether waltz, salsa, foxtrot or tango, or any of the other dance styles taught by the experts at Arthur Murray, get involved in the activity for the fun of it.
It’s Never Too Late to Learn to Give Thanks for All Things Big and Small
We’ve all heard the saying: “Don’t sweat the small stuff, because it’s all small stuff.”
When a Dance Lesson Gift Certificate is the Perfect Choice
While some people dislike gift certificates as presents because they often seem impersonal to both give and receive, others see them as incredibly thoughtful.
Feeling Stressed? Get a Little Footloose!
When you are feeling stressed out, everything feels off balance. You’re snippy. You aren’t. You can’t sleep. Some people can’t eat; others can’t stop eating. It’s a horrible way to live, but stress can get a hold of anyone.
Stop “Thinking about Dancing” & Just Start Dancing!
When you think about ballroom dancing, do you think “Hey, that's for someone else?”
Give Yourself a Break & Get Motivated! Dance the Blues Away
Do you ever find yourself feeling kind of “blah?” There’s nothing really wrong to speak of but nothing is super exciting either. Of course you do! Everyone does!
Milk May Do a Body Good but Dancing Does a Body GREAT
Teenage boys and bodybuilders are far from the only people who are focused on building muscle and getting strong. The older we get, the more important it is to build muscle strength and stamina.
Got Dancing on the Brain? If Not, You Should -- for the Health of It!
Physical and intellectual activities can have a significant impact on our bodies as we age. That’s a given. A sedentary person may be great with TV trivia but that knowledge, according to a study published in the New England Journal of Medicine, may not keep dementia at bay.
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