National Dance Day raises awareness for dance as a form of exercise and fitness. National Dance Day also reminds us that dance is a fun and positive way to maintain healthy bodies through movement.
Dancing is a great cardiovascular activity. You don’t need to have the speed of Fred Astaire, the creativity of Michael Jackson or the grace of Anna Pavlova to enjoy dancing. It can adapted to suit all types of body shapes, sizes, and ages. It can be low or high impact, and there are also dances that are beginner-friendly to learn. Dancing improves heart health, balance, muscle tone, among many other benefits. Joining a dance club is also a great way to meet new people and make new friends, whether you choose to do it socially or competitively. With so many different types of dance, there is bound to be something for you and your family to enjoy.
When Is National Dance Day?
Do the Twist. Do the Chicken dance. Break out the Macarena. Whatever you do, make sure you have fun on National Dance Day on the third Saturday of September – which falls perfectly on September 18th in 2021.
History Of National Dance Day
Nigel Lythgoe, co-creator of “So You Think You Can Dance” and co-chair of the Dizzy Feet Foundation, founded National Dance Day in 2010.
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