Author Archives: Barbara Leininger

Why Wedding Dance Lessons Pay Off on the Big Day

Picture it: A dashing young prince meets his princess and asks for her hand in marriage. They’ve chosen the venue, the color scheme, the menu for the reception and even the song for their much-awaited first dance together as husband … Continue reading

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Let Salsa Help Your Balance

Quick steps, fast beats and a Latin flair are all characteristics of salsa dancing. And while it makes for a fun night out, it’s also an excellent way to get healthy and fit. The best part of it is, salsa dancing … Continue reading

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Why Salsa Dancing Is Good for Men

Dancing Can Make You Smarter Learning something brand new like exercise for your brain. It requires quite a bit of complex thinking. Since it requires that you think in a totally different way than you are used to, Salsa dancing … Continue reading

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Dancing with a Partner Helps You Exercise

The benefits of ballroom dancing are well-documented. Think about it: Mastering the steps and learning how to maneuver around the ballroom burns a lot of calories. And when you have a partner learning the steps with you, it also becomes a … Continue reading

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Does Dancing Make You Smarter?

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Let Tango Transfix Your Mind and Body

What do you think of when you hear the word Tango? Does it conjure up images of beautiful couples with incredible physiques effortlessly moving around the dance floor? Dancing has an uncanny way of taking your cares away. Tango, for instance, … Continue reading

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Health Benefits of Ballroom Dancing

There are so many keys to happiness, and dancing happens to be one of them! Ballroom dancing made its debut in the 16th century, peaking in the 19th and 20th century after the incorporation of the tango, waltz and two-step. … Continue reading

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TOO SHY TO DANCE? ARTHUR MURRAY BLOOMINGTON SAYS ‘NO WAY!’

“Many people are interested in learning to dance, but are too shy to actually get started…” A lot of folks who walk into a dance studio for the first time are worried about getting the steps wrong. What’s easily forgotten … Continue reading

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