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Beginner Dance Classes for Adults Starter Guide

Are you wanting to get started in dance? Beginner dance classes for adults are a great way to learn the basic steps for classic dances like the Foxtrot, the Cha Cha, the Waltz, and the Rumba. It is also a great way to meet new people and socialize while getting exercise. But, most of all, […]

Dance Lessons for Couples is a Great Gift for Valentine’s Day

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Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and you find yourself stumped again as to choosing the “right” gift to show your partner how much you care. It seems the standards like chocolates, flowers, and maybe even jewelry just aren’t speaking to you this year. What about a gift that can be for the both […]

How to Meet New People in a New City


If you find yourself in a new city, like Durham, and you don’t know anyone, don’t worry…there are lots of ways you can meet new people and make friends!

The Importance of Sleep for Dancers and Athletes to Recover

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While it’s important for everyone to get quality sleep, it is essential for athletes, which includes dancers, in achieving peak performance and physical recovery. Sleep is a critical element in overall conditioning to meet the physical and mental demands of a sport. When a dancer or athlete doesn’t get enough or the right quality of […]

How to Dance Like Nobody’s Watching


Are you shy on the dance floor and afraid of people seeing you dance? Do you feel self-conscious of not being able to keep the beat or not knowing the steps to a dance? It’s totally understandable and very common to feel somewhat inhibited and shy about dancing in front of people. You can feel […]

How To Practice Dancing Without a Dance Partner

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Training for a DanceSport competition or perhaps your wedding is just a few months away, you must practice dancing if you want to be proficient. But what if you and your dance partner’s schedule is overbooked and unable to practice dancing together? Popular to contrary belief, you can practice dancing without a dance partner.