Whether as a recreational hobby or an intensive training program, studying dance benefits children in a wide variety of ways...In this world of instant-everything, preparing for a performance
engages the student in long-term memory and planning, skills that are less well-developed in our younger generations. Dance engages students mind and body, promotes positive group
interactions and cooperation with others, and provides focused, structured physical activity in a non-competitive atmosphere. Dance improves posture, balance, flexibility, and
coordination. A positive experience in dance can promote a life-long interest in and support of the arts.
And, along with all of that, it's lots of fun!