Dance Art

All about the art of dancing.

Dancing is movement! Dancing is a ritual, a tradition, a performing art, a profession, a sport, a form of therapy, a social phenomenon - dancing is the expression of feelings.

Dancing - a first overview

For example, when students celebrate their passed exams on a graduate ball, ritualized dancing expresses togetherness. With dance rituals, gods are honored, or considered from an athletic point of view dancing promotes muscle growth, motor function, coordination and the equilibrium sense. As an art form, dancing serves to represent feelings and actions figuratively. Classical dance styles like the waltz or salsa are as widespread as the dance as a form of entertainment at parties.

There is an almost endless list of dance forms. Thereby, categorizations are repeatedly drawn. You can classify dances according to social occasions or dance purposes. Occasions are ritual dances that come with religious backgrounds, folk dances that belong to folk customs, and society dances that are performed at social occasions. According to the purpose of dancing there is art dance, an art form in itself, the competition ballroom dance who serves the athletic competition, and the show dance with a focus on entertainment. Dance forms like the trance dance aim to make spiritual dance experiences.

You can optimize your body control through dance. It requires a high level of motor creativity. A dancer developed an uncanny sensitivity for rhythm and music. Here, concentration is increased. The dancer in dance occurs in social interaction and increases her or his physical well-being. Through dancing, the sense of identity and self-confidence is boosted. Start your dance in the community with other dancers, learn new contacts and read in the magazine about the latest trends around dancing!