People of all ages are returning to idea of couple dancing. Many enjoy the opportunity and intimacy of dancing together such dances as swing, salsa, tango and many others. This resurgence is directly connected to the re-evaluation of relationships and courtships in our culture. Today, partners are coming back together on the dance floor after decades of unfulfilled ‘separateness’.
Couples are making a new commitment to intimacy. The comeback of social ballroom dance reflects the efforts people are making to get to know their life partners better. Relationships are the fabric of our lives, and partner dancing directly reflects the steps needed to strengthen good relationships and heal difficult ones.
The first thing that a couple learns when dancing together is Co-operation. “Two people learning to work together to the same end, from very different perspectives; leader and follower” – a mini relationship! The dance floor is an enjoyable, easygoing place to improve co-operation …resulting in better teamwork, co-ordination and understanding both on AND off the dance floor!
Romance is an essential piece of the relationship puzzle. Setting the mood for passion is a mental, emotional and physical journey, one done magnificently well through partner dancing! Creating the right environment becomes effortless as two people court each other arm in arm and cheek to cheek!
Couples always enjoy the Fun aspect of dancing together no matter how well they know each other, there is always more to learn and experience. Human beings are mysterious, fascinating creatures… and partner dancing is an on-going, fun way to investigate each other’s intricacies, maintain a sense of wonder, and grow together!
In today’s age of the Internet where people interact remotely through social media such as Facebook and Twitter and rarely meet face-to-face, personal Connection and Contact is an often missing, yet essential part of a rich and healthy life. On the dance floor, we connect to our partners and to others on the floor as we move, whirl and twirl! This can be in simple, three minute, gratifying bytes or can be an entire evening of rich ‘one-on-one’ time. The lead/follow element of couples dance not only augments physical and mental connections, but also develops emotional ones …in a non-threatening way, three minutes at a time!
93% of our Communication is non-verbal. Partner dancing is an excellent place to explore, become more aware of and refine non-verbal chat! Learning to ‘talk’ and ‘listen’ on the dance floor is a skill that translates into everyone’s everyday life. It is a tremendous benefit to anyone in or seeking a relationship!
Partnership is a whole larger than the sum of its parts,’ so let’s build something together! Understanding the skills of partnership, and nurturing the quality within a partnership benefits you! Partner dancing requires BOTH! So, it’s evident why it’s not only effective in individual growth and development, but also promotes and enhances the quality of contact between people.
The New Yorker Social Dance Club specializes in instructing our Students and Clients through the principle of “Teaching through Benefits”. For people who take up dancing in order to gain more quality time with their partners or to simply learn how to overcome the shyness of interacting with another person, we teach them the correct etiquette required to make them feel comfortable first in their own skins but just as importantly how to make the person they are dancing with feel like the most important person in the world for that moment of time.
Take advantage of this current deal for private dance lessons at the New Yorker Social Dance Club!
The New Yorker Social Dance Club is located at 335 W 35th Street 6th Floor. They welcome your call at 212-216-9344 so you can learn how to “Improve your Relationships Through Dance”. www.newyorkersocialdance.com