Here the power of Dance:
Probably one of the most complete rhythmic exercises with a unique characteristic of amplifying mind-body co-ordination, dance is a perfect way of staying fit and in shape. With its history dating back to the very advent of human civilisation, dance was and is a great way of exuding happiness, fun, pleasure and entertainment.
Dance has the power of rejuvenating and thrilling the body. The vigorous movements initially might challenge your bodies' limits, however if persisted with, can leave the body fit and lissom. Dance enhances mind-body co-ordination and is a great way of training your body to listen and execute super-fast commands of your brain. We all know that enhanced mind-body coordination develops our reflexes, which help us avoid many injuries in day to day life..
The advantages of dancing can be listed as follows:
Flexible and supple muscles go a long way in keeping us fit. Regular dancing enables muscles to flex and straighten, helping them gain agility. The schedule of dancing at Delhi Dance Academy always has a stretching regime that warms up the muscles and acquaints the body with the movements to come. With varied kind of dances, different muscles get used and gain flexibility. With improved flexibility, ailments like back ache; cramps, muscle contractions and body's rigidness are avoided with ease. A general sense of being well and fit prevails with dancing.
Scientists have defined strength as the measure of a muscle ability to exert its force against external or internal resistance. The rigorous and momentous jerks and jives strengthen one's muscles against a dancer's own body weight. Again, with its diversity and variations in many of the dance forms, different muscles bulk up and build on their strength. Imagine the strength of a male ballroom dancer's leg and shoulder muscles which he develops by lifting his partner above his head. Dance forms like ballet and jazz contemporary include lot of jumping and are taught at DDA. Heaping requires a lot of strength in leg muscles. Regular practice increases the strength and gives shape to the body.
Endurance is the capacity of muscles to keep working hard for a longer time without fatigue. Dance with its fast and rigorous movements elevates heart beats, which in turn improves stamina. Many people take up dance, not for entertainment or professional reasons but for increasing their stamina.
One must remember steps to be executed after one another and control different unexpected situations that may arise in the course of dancing. This improves learning, teaches the dancer how to react in sudden, unforeseen events like someone tripping during a stage performance or the music stopping and then restarting. All this is brain training and improves brain recall.
Not only does dancing release good hormones but the platform also brings you face to face with different people increasing your social interaction and experience. It helps in boosting your self-confidence and building social skills.
Now coming to our Dance Institution:
It is not only the Institution. For sure, it is the great Temple for the Dance. We worship Dance, we perform Dance, We Teach Dance, We train Dance, We pray Dance, We indulge the Dance. What ever the form, we train. Here the remarkable institution forever. Ramesh is the Master who worked with many choreographers in the Film Industry across the India.
About Ramesh Master
He is having 25 years of experience and worked under Raghava Lawrence (One of Best Dancer in India) as assistant choreographer. Ramesh is also a Tollywood choreographer and worked with top most actors like Chiranjeevi, Bala Krishna, Nagarjuna Akkineni, Venkatesh, Pawan Kalyan, Mahesh Babu, NTR, Ram Charan, Allu Arjun, Ravi Teja, Naga Chaitanya, Nithin, Gopichand, Sharvanand, Nani, Ram Pothineni and worked for many prominent actors and directors in Telugu cinema throughout his career. Ramesh is also known for his intricate hip-hop and westernized dance moves and has won many Awards for best dance choreography.