I am writing a series of blog posts on the topic of happiness. For me, dancing is happiness: it’s healthy for mind, body and spirit as I described in my Reasons to Dance post recently. But there are plenty of things that anyone can do to inject a little bit of happiness into their everyday.
Are you a dance teacher who is tired of having to skip back and forth to press ‘Play’ or ‘Pause’? Or tired of fiddling about, trying to find the right bit in the music just before the chorus? Are you a dance student who wishes their teacher could magically change tracks or replay that segment
There is a relationship between how we look and how we feel. That’s no secret and there are industries making billions out of our insecurities and the pursuit of feeling like a million dollars. When it comes to dancing and particularly when performing for an audience, that relationship extends into how we dance. We need
Its 7 pm and we’re arranging the chairs at the back of the big hall, upstairs at the King’s Community Centre in Wolverton, Milton Keynes. There’s a table with lessons sign-up information and flyers about other opportunities to dance plus the refreshments table with plenty of water and the all-important Jelly Babies. Today is the