Dancing is having the opportunity to be able to pursue expression and beauty, along with creativity through movement and imagination. The benefits of dancing are in plenty for all age groups, especially for kids.
Many schools and other various educational institutions do not have a specific curriculum to encourage young kids to dance. Many a times kids do not receive that extra push they require to ignite in them their passion for dancing. Hence it is pivotal for us to realise that the young generation need to be introduced to the world of dance. To help with this, we, Dancing Passions, do offer various workshops and classes for kids of all ages to come forward and learn the beautiful and graceful art i.e dancing.
With the age of technological advancements in our day to day living standards, it is essential for your physical and mental nutrition to take a break from staring at a screen constantly and engage in the physical activity of dancing. The benefits of learning to dance at such a young age is helpful in many ways. Not only is it a fun way of exercise, it helps kids be flexible, strengthens their bones and muscles, and reduces obesity. A balanced and healthy lifestyle is thus created for kids. It helps the brain and body with coordination and movement, especially in an ever changing and evolving environment.
Introducing kids to the art of dance is more beneficial than later in their life as they are rapidly growing up and can grasp knowledge much more efficiently and it sinks into their roots much quicker due to their early stage in life. There is also plenty of time available for kids to engage in their passion for dance as they have fewer things keeping them busy and holding them back. Every child deserves to have a rich, fruitful and exciting childhood, and dance is one guaranteed way to ensure that for a kid. And at the same time is also prepares and develops them for the future.
Dancing Passions will inculcate in children the importance of dancing and look after their well-being. It is indeed an escape from the monotonous life of school and staring at a screen and fills colour in their lives, which is what is required for them at this age.