How does dance impact society?

How does dance impact culture?

A few days ago, I was in the gym at my local fitness facility. There were people at every level doing their warmups. I watched a few very talented dancers, like Sajid and Tanya. I watched them all, in unison, move and perform. It was a mesmerizing, mesmerizing performance.

I watched them do a ballet routine that took 10-12 minutes. They moved, the dance flowed, the choreography flowed, I was mesmerized and intrigued.

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I asked to see their dance. It was not easy. I had to get over myself, because I was impressed that one dancer was moving at a 10-12 minute per move pace, while several others were getting to the 8-9 minute per move pace. After about 15 minutes, I got my first “How has this changed me?” as I took a breath.

How does dance impact society?

How does dance impact culture?

I don’t think dance is any longer the exclusive realm of elites or artists. I am sure that the dance world is filled with people, both young and old, who like to do ballet, jazz, or whatever it is people do best. The point is, what is the problem? Everyone has been doing this for quite some time, maybe a hundred years, but what needs to change?

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How does dance impact society?

Tottenham Hotspur have made some £1 million in two transfers this week, including the loan signing of Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Paulinho

Paulinho’s loan spell at Tottenham Hotspur has come to an end.The Sao Paulo-born Brazil international has become a regular in the Tottenham front three, playing a major part in helping Spurs stay atop the Premier League after a fine start to the season.The 19-year-old scored a brace in Wednesday night’s 3-1 win over Sunderland in their FA Cup third-round replay and has been an integral part of Spurs’ defensive options and attacking threat this season.Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino and his side have kept the same starting lineup with the exception of Toby Alderweireld and Scott Parker, the latter having suffered a hamstring injury in the second half of Spurs’ pre-season friendly against Al-Ain.However it is understood that while Alderweireld did not require any treatment as he got into a jogging stride afterwards, Parker