BBC’s new dance competition “The Greatest Dancer” aired its first episode on Saturday and featured a crowd-pleasing performance from aspiring dancer Andrew Self. Self, a 21-year-old with Down syndrome, performed an original dance to Justin Timberlake’s “Sunshine in My Pocket.” In a short clip for the BBC, Self said he taught himself to dance. He dances contemporary, ballet…Details
Έρευνα από το Αριστοτέλειο Πανεπιστήμιο έδειξε ότι συνταξιούχοι που χόρευαν παραδοσιακούς ελληνικούς χορούς παρουσίασαν πολλά οφέλη στην υγεία τους. Μάλιστα ο επικεφαλής της έρευνας, κύριος Ζαχαρίας Βόρδος, που ασχολείται με την ψυχολογία της άσκησης, εξήγησε ότι είναι πιθανό οι ελληνικοί χοροί να καταστήσουν πιο ελκυστικά τα προγράμματα αποκατάστασης (π.χ. από τραυματισμούς ή λόγω παθήσεων) αφού…Details
Our family is always growing and NOW by welcoming its new member “Τhe Dance Club Cyprus-Nicosia” and for the first time expands abroad!!! “THE DANCE CLUB” is the first and only dance community in Greece that counts 21,000 active members and 15,000 students in just 5 years of operation. The absolutely sufficient and successfull operational system, the…Details
There is perhaps nothing more universal than the drive to move our bodies in sync with music. Studies show that dancing at parties and in groups encourages social bonding, whether it is a traditional stomp, a tango or even the hokeypokey. Many researchers have argued that people experience a blurring of the self into…Details
We all know the importance of our children having an outer school activity in order to build their physic and mental health . Our little students learn to express through dancing. When a child starts dancing he learns how to move in space, he uses different levels of movement and he starts to distinguish different rhythms of music.
According to Platon dance is the ideal way of education as it combines the cultivation of the soul through music and of the body through exercise, thus he recommended it not only to pregnant women, but also to children from their infant age (Mouratidis 2000).
Belly Dance is a safe and very beneficial way of exercise and that’s why it’s suitable for all ages. All kinds of belly dance offer enormous advantages to our body. One of these is the prevention against Osteoporosis.
Most people will agree ballroom dancing is good for you – improved stamina, greater flexibility, improved brain power, what’s not to like? Yet, even more important then the obvious benefits are the subtle changes it makes to the kind of person you are, as you go through life seeking ever better ways to make it…Details