You might think that winter is the best time to watch movies, eat holiday foods, and stay inside. While it is fine to do those things, you should maintain a balanced lifestyle throughout the winter season. One of the best ways to stay healthy and active is dance!


It can be hard to find ways to workout during cold and rainy weather, but dance classes offer an alternative to working out outside. Through dance classes, you will develop a routine of going to exercise, and it will begin to form a habit. Not only will this help you exercise in the winter, but once you develop the habit, you will also continue to move your body year-round. Dance is the perfect way to get your blood flowing and your heart pumping in a fun and exciting way.

Improve Your Immune System

Flu season has begun in middle Tennessee, and one of the best ways to stay healthy is to move your body. Studies have shown that an extra ten minutes of exercise can improve your immune health and help prevent sickness. 

Improve Your Mood

The cold, dark winter days can negatively affect your mood, but they don’t have to. Dance classes may be the perfect way to change your attitude this winter! You may feel like you are stuck inside, but dance will be the ideal activity to give you a reason to leave the house. Dancing will also cause you to exercise, which has been proven to improve your mood naturally. Studies show that dancing will help boost your feel-good endorphins, making you happier throughout the cold weather. Filling your winter with fun activities like dance will be a perfect way to make the winter months fly by.

Burn Excess Calories

Holiday food is amazing, and this season is filled with amazing food, but it can be hard to balance a healthy lifestyle during the holidays. It is easier to live a sedentary lifestyle throughout the winter, which can cause an unhealthy one. Dance is a fun way to move your body and burn extra calories even when it is cold outside. You will also enjoy your holiday food much more after moving your body.

If you are interested in signing up for an adult dance class, call us today at (615) 378-7152.