Dance lets couples rely on nonverbal communication to tell a story together. One particular exercise that helps build a mutual understanding between partners is a role reversal class. During this time, the class is instructed to write down what they expect of their partners’ dancing, and then they switch roles with the women leading and the men following. As you can imagine, both parties discover that it's not as easy as it seems. After, they switch back and often find they have the best dance ever.
I know putting yourself in someone else’s shoes is easier said than done, but knowing what it's like to actually do it is a skill that can easily translate into your professional life and personal relationships.
Dancing will improve your overall well-being, better your posture, strengthen your eye contact, and most importantly, boost intimacy between you and your love and enhance passion in the in all areas of your relationship. No matter what stage a relationship is at, isn't that something we all deserve? Through Dance, it can be achieved.
In any marriage or long-term relationship, it’s important to keep it fresh and exciting by discovering activities of interest and ways to bond with your partner.
Dancing exercises the body, mind and releases your spirit and can help you get in touch with your sensual side both on a personal level and as a couple.
Whether it’s Swing, Argentine Tango, or Waltz, dancing is a great activity for couples looking to improve (or even create) intimacy.
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Let’s use Argentine Tango dance as an example, as it happens to be our favorite form of dance.
Argentine Tango dancing is the act of two people moving in harmony to a rhythm and expressing their emotions while in motion. When your not in rhythm it just feels off. Dancing requires that one person to assume the leadership role and invites the follower to trust in his/her partner. Yet without mutual cooperation and teamwork, the dance will still lack cohesiveness.
Whether a couple is newlywed or has been married for decades, dance can create a positive change in confidence, communication and intimacy between partners. It’s like couple’s therapy, but far more fun! Even if you or your partner lack coordination to master the art of dance at first, just remember it’s a work in process (like your relationship) and enjoy the laughs that come with the journey. Learning to laugh at imperfect situations is a key part of any successful marriage.
Plus, by increasing your endurance, discovering a new sense of sensuality and the surge of post-exercise endorphins you’ll likely experience, the fruit of your labor will likely be seen on the dance floor and in all areas of your relationship.
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