Dance Articles > May I have this dance, please? - TED Talk

Discussion in 'Dance Articles' started by MaggieMoves, Nov 19, 2014.

  1. MaggieMoves

    MaggieMoves Well-Known Member



    I had a friend of mine post this on facebook. Since my account is pretty much deactivated constantly, I forgot it was there. I figured you all would enjoy it, and it would benefit the site as a whole.
     
  2. Generalist

    Generalist Active Member

    Loved it! Thanks for sharing it. I will find his movie and watch it.
     
  3. Explore

    Explore Member

    That was pretty inspirational and right on the money. I sometimes watch TED talks but some of the TEDX talks are not as good. But this one spot on.
     
  4. BDanceAnonymous

    BDanceAnonymous New Member

    Well said. I would add that, while risk of Dementia and Alzheimer's are lower due to dancing, leaders need to work harder to get the same benefit as followers. It seems the key is increasing the neural connections in the brain, which can only be formed by constantly trying new things - taking a different route to get home, for instance. So leaders must constantly challenge themselves by trying new combinations, instead of 'falling into a rut'.
     
  5. j_alexandra

    j_alexandra Well-Known Member

    an unexpected benefit of not having a routine: you never get bored and your brain gets more exercise
     
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