Enrich Your Relationship With Dance
Date added to ADN: Fri,
June 03, 2011
Originally Published: Fri, June 03, 2011
by Mike Yevin
(About the Author)
Whether you're happily married, preparing to be wed, or just dating, happiness is the key ingredient to any successful relationship. Sometimes daily stresses or hectic lifestyles can drive us to being unhappy or wanting more than the mundane. Dance is the perfect activity that you and your partner can do together to make you happier and improve your relationship at the same time!
A STRONGER CONNECTION: Dance is much more than just simply remembering a planned routine; it's about making a deep, meaningful connection with your partner. Not only are you physically connected while dancing, you are also mentally and emotionally connected; able to predict when and what moves will come next, without actually saying anything. You both will begin to operate as one, feeling each other's thoughts and emotions, to provide a beautifully elegant performance on the dance floor.
EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION: It has been said that over 90% of all communication happens without anyone even saying a word, and this is especially true with dancing. While effortlessly gliding across the floor, there is no time to physically say what you want your partner to do; all communication must take place with the emotion of your body language. When a couple begins to pick up on body language, it will greatly improve the overall communication you will have with each other and lead to a happier relationship for you both.
IMPROVING ROMANCE: It's definitely no secret that dancing is an extremely romantic activity to participate in, and when you are able to share this experience with your loved one it will begin to show through in the time you spend together outside of dancing. You will bring back the spark that you may have lost or help strengthen the romance you already experience.
With a handful of benefits, it's not hard to see that dance can be extremely beneficial to you and your loved one. From improving the connection you two share, to putting the spark back into your lives that might be missing, everyone will see benefits in their relationship and overall happiness. Not only will you receive benefits as a couple, but you will both learn a new hobby that will make others wish they could share the same moment you two do on the dance floor. So step out of your comfort zone, take the plunge and get involved in dance; you will be glad you did!
About the Author:
Mike is a recent college graduate who enjoys the outdoors and artistic expression. He is relatively new to the dance industry but enjoys the new exciting industry he is a part of.
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