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different types of dance by Doris C. Complimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Fri 25 Jan 2008 3:49pm If you have never danced for fun, it’s time to check out the various styles of dance and see what appeals to you as a style of dance. There are many types of dance and many different styles of music for those various styles. Line Dancing Line dancing is a style of dancing in which dancers line up and dance together by making the same d ... Read on »
What Dance has Meant to me -- Can Dance Heal? by Jenny M. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 4:16pm MY DANCE EXPERIENCE I grew up in NYC where there were so many opportunities for me to pick what I loved as recreation. My parents were of the mindset to expose me to everything that way I would find what I loved and stick with it. There were many lessons taken throughout the years; guitar, saxophone, gymnastics, acting bu ... Read on »
Dance Workouts: It’s All in The Hips by Kodjoworkout Posted Sat 08 Mar 2014 3:13pm SweatVac Performance Wear knows that exercise makes up an important part of overall health and wellness. In many ways, it doesn’t matter what you do during your workout session as long as you get off the couch and move. When you get your heart pumping, you do an enormous amount of good for your body. For many people who find treadmills, st ... Read on »
Five kinds of sports allows you to easily lose weight by suosibaiji Posted Mon 21 Apr 2014 6:36am 1.Table tennis Do not seem to need to play table tennis burns calories, so if you would like to be wrong. Table tennis can exercise the muscles of the body, but also to improve people's ability to respond. Playing tennis every day for 30 minutes can burn 130 kilocalories. 2.Blowing balloons Blower sounds a bit bizarre this method, you ca ... Read on »
Happy Feet by Dina S. Posted Sat 01 Mar 2008 12:00am Dance offers a fun, alternative workout to the health-conscious Story by Ashlee Davis & Sarah DiGiulio // Photography by Shannon Sweeney & Steven Gardner Dance is a form of expression. It is fun to do on a Saturday night or just entertaining to watch others attempt new moves. What you might not consider are ... Read on »
Dance Psychology ... by passion4living Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth MavenFacebook Posted Tue 24 Aug 2010 2:44pm Dance Psychology Looking at dance and dancers through the lens of psychology by Peter Lovatt, PhD Dad Dancing is sweeping the Nation! 24th April 2010 Dad Dancing It might not have the grace of the Foxtrot or the style of Argentine Tango but Dad Dancing is the new dance craze sweeping the coun ... Read on »
The Dancesource in New York Offers Various Dance Classes by vemonprotein09 Posted Sat 04 Jan 2014 5:32am At the very young age, it is lovely that you are going to enroll your kids toDance Classes Queens NY. When you feel that your kids have potentials in dancing, as a parent you are responsible to create this skill. Letting your kids to engage in dance classes is a lovely decision. With this, you can be able to open a brand spanking new world for yo ... Read on »
Tap Ballroom Salsa Pilates Dance Can Make You Successful by vemonprotein09 Posted Wed 06 Nov 2013 6:12am If you are performing a definite kind of dance form it is not only the dance steps that attract the audience or inspire the judge the most significant is the ideal apparel that can be able to keep audience sit on their seats for a long period and make judges blow away together with your performance. If you are a wonderful dancer but the appare ... Read on »
Baked Eggs Fail by pureprovender Posted Sun 30 Sep 2012 6:22pm Friday My friend, Lacy, and I saw a show at New York City Center in which four different companies performed four different types of dance. The first two were tap and ballet and I enjoyed them. The third was titled “Shutters Shut” and it was, according to the Playbill, a “short study of the poem written and read by Gertrude Stein: “I ... Read on »
Raising a Musical Child by mumsgather .. Posted Thu 06 Aug 2009 10:38pm It is very easy to raise a musical child. Music is everywhere. There is no need to send your child to expensive music lessons. I noticed that parents these days are sending their children to music appreciation classes at a younger and younger age. Not that its anything bad. Most of these classes require parent participation too if you ... Read on »