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Re: Too old to start dance?
Posted by Jocelyne
1/4/2017  3:49:00 PM
You're never too old. I took lessons in Tap and Jazz from the age of 5 or 6 until I was 18 and started in ballroom when I was 41.
Re: Too old to start dance?
Posted by Ladydance
8/16/2017  4:14:00 PM
I started Ballroom and Latin when I was 45 years old. I would look for Ballroom adult classes. Check with community centres, universities and independent studios.
Re: Too old to start dance?
Posted by nloftofan1
8/17/2017  10:14:00 AM
We started dancing when my wife looked for an activity we could both participate in after I retired. We started with a college "adult education" dance class, and moved on to real instructors. Now, nobody would confuse us with the twenty-something pros on the television dance shows, but we're moderately proficient and we both enjoy it (more important). More than that, there is real scientific evidence for the health benefits dancing provides. This website

http://usadance.org/news/social-dance/articles-about-dancing-and-the-benefits-it-provides/

is one good starting point for information.
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