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  • Dancing Into The Spotlight: Dancing Into The Spotlight

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    Dancing Into The Spotlight Have you ever felt so lonely you just needed to find a way to comfort yourself, by doing something you love? For me, that comfort is dancing. According to research, dance is good for your emotional, physical, and psychological health. “Dancing can improve your mental health by boosting your overall happiness.” ~Huffington Post Dancing has always been a way for me to escape the world and everything going on in my life. I have found a love in dancing because of this. I’m

  • Essay On Dancing

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    Dancing Talent is one of the most important things when it comes to art because it is composed of different characteristics that each individual must possess. People living in this world have different talents that must be trained in order for it to be developed and used it in everyday life.God gave us talent in order for us to grow and realized that having this is very important because it can be used not only to earn for a living but can be used also in serving or offering it to Him as a present

  • Dancing Queen

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    everything and everybody around me .I can no longer see the people watching my every move I can no longer see the judges facial expressions or try to read there lips. All I can hear is the music I am dancing to, all I can see are the bright lights shinning down on me, the blur of people, and my feet moving, dancing like they've never danced before. Before I know it the dance is over and the music has stopped, and I can see, and hear the people clapping and screaming .I am no longer scared. I could do it

  • Belly Dancing

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    strain your back and neck muscles? Try belly dancing, it gives you better benefits than the average crunch with less pain. In addition to the physical and emotional benefits, belly dancing also has an impact on child birth and ones creativity in an entertaining manner. The physical benefits of belly dancing are, being able to become healthier, and in better shape. Being out of shape can also affect a person’s emotional-state. Participating in belly dancing can benefit ones self-esteem, and help their

  • Disco Dancing

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    Couple dancing, enhanced by the individuality of the 1960s, returned in the 1970s with the hustle and other elaborately choreographed dances performed to disco music, a simple form of rock with strong dance rhythms. Disco dancing would completely dominate the social dance scene of the 1970s and most of the 80s. Eventually the growing popularity of late 80s music, including new age, punk rock, and funk, would bring about the death of disco. Disco was yet another "flavor of the month" in the

  • line dancing

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    “Reflections on Country Line Dancing” “Don’t tell my heart, my achy breaky heart; I just don’t think you’d understand.” Who knew that the 1993 smash hit, “Achy Breaky Heart,” by Billy Ray Cyrus would be the turning point that would cause country line dancing to become a worldwide phenomenon. Despite differing opinions on the exact history, it is evident that country line dancing is an extension of past social dance forms and is representative of the social, economic, and political state of the

  • Ballroom Dancing

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    seat. Today we will be trying out for ballroom dancing. Only the best dancers will be teaching the 5th graders for Mrs. Benson," said Ms. Belcher. Well, I thought that it was going to be boring (which it was), and I was mad because we all had to try-out (which we all did). Ms. Belcher picked the first group and then walked over to her boom-box and started playing the Macarena. This was simple; everyone knew how to do that dance. About ten min. into dancing, my friends thought it would be funny for someone

  • Ballroom Dancing

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    Ballroom Dancing: The Development of Two Techniques It is a fact that emotion stimulates the body into movement. It has been said that “dancing is older than anything except eating, drinking and love”. Civilization and conditioning has taught people to suppress this natural response but the primitive desire still remains. Prehistoric man expressed his emotions by movement. When speech was just developing, even primitive cave drawings depict men dancing. As time went on and language was developed

  • Lion Dancing

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    Lion Dancing When you’re in Chinatown on Chinese New Year, you can hear the firecrackers popping followed by the loud music of banging drums and cymbals clashing in beat with each other. Then as the smoke clears, a huge beast emerges from the smoke. Kids hide behind their parents as the beast shakes its head from side to side and begins to dance around. It is a frightening beast, but it scares the evil spirits and brings good luck to all the stores around Chinatown. As some people know from

  • Dancing With Wolves

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    1. The film Dancing with Wolves takes place in South Dakota in 1863. John Dunbar is the main character who hurts his leg in battle and is sent to the frontier on a new mission as a Lieutenant. When Dunbar arrives in South Dakota he is there alone, no one else had made their way their yet. Dunbar gradually starts to live with the Indians and become one of them getting the name Dancing with Wolves. Another main character is Standing with a Fist, who marries Dancing with Wolves. Standing with a Fist