Special Dance Education
A body in motion stays in motion. Physical fitness is very important for the overall health, body, and mind. “Traditional exercising” is boring for many people, but dancing is fun and enriching. Your child get their heart rate up, burn calories, all while having a good time, and feel a sense of belonging.
Dance allows people with special needs to feel like they are a part of their learning. Rather than being waited on or coddled, they are given the opportunity to do something for themselves. This independence boosts their confidence and self-esteem and can release endorphins in the brain. And, the act of learning and working towards something gives students a sense of accomplishment, and instant gratification, aiding in self-assurance and prevents depression.