The benefits of joining a dance school include increased exercise, a social outlet and reducing stress, according to Dance-Teachers. Dancing is a good exercise for people who do not do well with sports like basketball or aerobics classes. It is also a good choice for people who need a type of exercise that is more low impact.
Dance schools, and more specifically the classes themselves, allow people to learn a skill that can be used in many ways. If someone starts young enough or learns the skill very well, it can become a career. There is the added benefit of memory practice as well. In a dance school, a student needs to memorize choreography, and memorization is good to help fight against Alzheimer's disease.
Dance is a form of self-expression and creativity. Going to a dance school allows dancers to compare ideas, work together to make routines and to express themselves. The social aspect is a great benefit for people who may be shy or not able to go out to some of the typical socializing areas, like bars or malls, due to social anxiety or other issues. Joining a dance school or dance class is also a good way to spend time with the family, depending on what types of classes are offered at the school of someone's choice, notes Voice of Dance.