Researchers have determined that dancers may benefit from superfluidity through the memorization of steps over time. The ability to memorize and execute steps in sequence can translate into maximized performance in other areas of life.
- Brain Power
Dance requires several brain functions to fire off at once, which increases your overall neural activity. Because you use a great deal of your brain while dancing, you can essentially “exercise” your mind every time you hit the dance floor. In turn, this may lead to better cognitive function and memory later in life.
Dancing is a confidence booster, and it can also improve your overall mood if you do it to relax or have fun. Dance is considered to be another form of emotional expression, and it can be just as big of a release for those who are combating issues, such as depression.
- Better Decision-making
Dancers are required to make split decisions with every step they take. Going through the routine repeatedly only improves the brain’s ability to make decisions. In addition to strengthening muscle memory, dancing can potentially make you “smarter” by helping with the decision-making part of your everyday life.
To learn more about dancing and sign up for your first class, contact Dance Passion Studio today. We have classes for dances ranging from Latin to Jitterbug Swing!