We all have things in life we love to do. Some of these things we love more than others. Dancing is something that many of us, as we age, forget to make the time to enjoy. However, dancing is one of those simple pleasures in life that can also remind us to smile, to play, to spin around until we get dizzy, and most importantly to enjoy the simplicity of having fun without the worry of work, family, or finances getting in the way.
It costs very little in most homes to turn the radio on, draw the shades and dance. You can dance with your significant other, your lifelong partner, and even your children. You do not have to worry about anyone watching and if they are watching you should take pity that they are spending their time worrying about what you are doing rather than dancing around and enjoying life to its fullest.
Native Americans had the right idea when it comes to dancing. Let the beat be your guide and dance. They danced as a means of worship, to express submission to their gods, to exalt their gods, to display their joy, and as an outward expression of grief. They danced for love, and they danced for war. Dancing to them was as natural as walking is too many of us an essential means of expressing themselves not only as individual people but also as part of a larger and unified group.
If you have never danced for fun, it’s time to check out the various styles of dance and see what appeals to you like a style of dance. There are many types of dance and many different styles of music for those various styles.
Line dancing is a style of dancing in which dancers line up and dance together by making the same dance steps at the same time. It has swept not only the nation but is quickly making its way around the world as an excellent source of dancing fun. It’s also a great way to socialise and meet new people. While line dancing was primarily limited to country music, in the beginning, it has quickly made its way into other styles of music as well. Many bars, dance halls, and clubs will offer line dancing lessons on slow business nights to encourage extra business.
This style of dance has a rather long history and has experienced a good degree of evolution over the past couple of decades. While it was once reserved for hoedowns and such square dancing is quickly becoming a hobby for many people across America and a great way to spend an evening and get to know others who share this hobby.