Why Choose Dance?
Why Choose Dance for Your Child?
Studies show that a structured dance program can help to enhance a student's academic achievement. At ASD, we believe that a solid dance education can also inspire good work habits and healthy lifestyle choices. Our dancers have the chance to develop and nurture a lifelong passion for the arts while having fun! Other benefits that can be obtained through dance include:
Improved balance and coordination
Improved and correct posture and alignment
Strength, stamina, better balance, and flexibility
Improves ones cardio
Dance on a regular basis improves ones health
Learn more about your body and how it works.
Athleticism and Kinesthetic awareness
Enhanced Critical thinking skills
Enhanced Problem solving skills
Time management skills
Concentration and focus
A boost in confidence
Value of commitment
Increased determination and self respect
True joy and excitement
Improved manners and social skills
Respect for others
Develop a sense of community within the class
Meet people for all walks of life, learning about different cultures
Develop leadership and team building skills
Enhanced self expression
Stronger communication skills having to dance and learn with others
It is Fun and Enjoyable too! The goal is to learn a little and enjoy the experience, initially, rather than to train up a professional dancer.
Dancing is fun and healthy, a dozen other advantages of dancing:
It builds self-confidence;
2. It enhances physical grace;
3. It attracts new friends;
4. It gives families a mutual activity;
5. It encourages the love of music;
6. It releases the shy person in us to show off;
7. It stimulates our mind and body;
8. It allows us to touch the opposite sex in an acceptable way;
9. It creates envy and admiration in our friends and on-lookers;
10. It costs less money than most other activities; and
11. It permits us to learn and practice in the privacy of our home if desired.
12. It's primarily about health and fighting obesity through dancing.
1. Dancers need to be respectful of themselves, other dance members, and staff; if not, they may be asked to leave.
2. Class Placement is at the director’s discretion
Arrive on time.