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Just because you can’t dance doesn’t mean you shouldn’t dance


More than 360 000 people have watched this video featuring Coach Herrveena and guest dancer Irfan, which was recorded at our BollyOn Studio. The duo grooved to the viral Rowdy Baby tune using freestyle Kollywood steps.


With a focus on the art of Bollywood-style dancing, BollyOn Studios also offers a diverse range of dance and fitness classes, including Hip Hop, Balletone, Classical Fusion and Pop Pilates.


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Is Dancing the Kale of Exercise?

A 2017 German report in Frontiers in Human Neuroscience analyzed brain scans from subjects who were on average 68 years old and engaged in either interval training or social dance. The study found that while both activities increased the size of the hippocampus, a region of the brain critical for learning, memory and equilibrium, only dance improved balance.

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The Power of Dance: What the World needs Right Now is Dance

Dance offers a new perspective to view the world. So much of our thinking is done with words. Social justice movements organize around reclaiming language, redefining words, creating vocabulary. We read, write, text, call and speak every day. But not everyone's brain works best with linguistics, and even those who excel at language have trouble communicating in different cultures or expressing something that linguistics can't do justice.

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