Group Workshops - Dance
Elvin Acting can provide support to students in a variety of dance styles and any range of ability :
Tuition can be organised to aid a student with their ability and skill base as a dancer but also as a choreographer. GCSE, A Level Dance, Undergraduate and Postgraduate Dance students can also benefit with help for the theory elements of their courses.
There are the obvious benefits of studying dance; reduced obesity, a fun source of exercise, healthy blood pressure and cholesterol levels, and helping to maintain a balanced lifestyle. There is clinically significant evidence that participation actively in the performing arts spend less time sitting in front of a computer screen playing games and therefore are at less of a risk of developing health problems.
Whilst dance is a good source of fun exercise, it is also a creative outlet. Fun exercise is important but the opportunity to release creativity is as important as exercising and maintaining a balanced diet in the development of health, because of the life skills they will learn. Dancing can make a person feel physically refreshed and improve their mood, tackling serious issues including anxiety and depression, and not just in adults. Group dancing is a tool to release daily stress, a distraction from everyday worries and an outlet for imagination and emotion.
There are physical benefits of partaking in dance classes. Through dance, students develop a greater range of movement whilst developing the ability to work within different spaces. They learn to interpret the effect their movement has on the world around them. Dancing also improves co-ordination. Good co-ordination is vital in developing skills learnt in other parts of life, such as learning to multitask successfully. Dance and movement patterns also develop kinaesthetic memory. It also develops strength and endurance from an early age. This creates a solid platform for physical development and levels of fitness.
Contact us to discuss your needs and arrange a group workshop.