Dancing

IF YOU DANCE WITH YOUR HEART, YOUR BODY WILL FOLLOW… MIA MICHAELS

 

What’s the most eye catching element of a line dancing? It’s synchronised!

 

It’s the kind of thing that shoots you out of your seat, because you too want to be part of the fluidity, enthusiasm, joy and unity it brings. So why not get your people shooting out of their seats, in unison to a [bottom] line dance

 

Dance – not just another form of fitness but an interactive form of play that aids in stress reduction and increased serotonin level. In our corporate programs this has encouraged bonding within teams, promoting co-operation between colleagues, and willingness to engage each other when working towards a common goal, this opens up communication lines and promotes creative thinking.

 

‘Dancing also increases cognitive acuity at all ages. A study shows, we need to keep as many of those paths active as we can, while also generating new paths, to maintain the complexity of our neuronal connections.

 

Dancing integrates several brain functions at once – kinesthetic, rational, musical, and emotional – further increasing your neural connectivity.

 

Jean Piaget put it, intelligence is what we use when we don’t already know what to do.

 

The essence of intelligence is making decisions. The best advice, when it comes to improving your mental acuity, is to involve yourself in activities which require split-second rapid-fire decision making = Dance!

 

JOIN OUR DANCING SESSIONS

 

Contact us on +27 72 8438121 or via email (restore@yestolife.co.za) to arrange a meeting to discuss the needs of your organisation.

 

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RESEARCH DANCING

 

More information on dancing:

http://socialdance.stanford.edu/syllabi/smarter.htm