Wedding Dance Lessons

Dancing Provides Many Benefits For Seniors

Ballroom dancing supports a happy and healthy lifestyle for people of all ages. Experience the many health benefits of dancing including improved strength, balance and motor skills and be part of a community that moves to the beat of having fun and making new friends.


Fun & Lively Classes For All Ages

It’s never too late to start enjoying the world of ballroom dancing. Our students range from 9-93 years old. All you need is a willingness to learn and we will help you do the rest. Getting started is easy and your first lesson is complimentary. Don't wait until "someday", give us a call today at 215-574-3574 or click the link below.


Dance Lessons Provide Many Benefits For Seniors

Whether you bring a friend or come out on your own, we adapt our instruction to meet your individual needs and bring out your best on the dance floor. No Partner, No Problem! Many of our students, of ALL ages come in on their own, without a partner. You will dance with your instructor on your private lessons and meet many people to dance with in the group classes and at the dance parties.

Health Benefits

Ballroom dancing allows seniors to gain many health benefits, including improved muscle and bone strength to help lowering the risk of injury and improve endurance for everyday activities. The improved posture, balance and motor skills that are a part of the ballroom dancing curriculum can help prevent falls and other accidents often experienced by seniors. A major study added to the growing evidence that stimulating one's mind by dancing can ward off Alzheimer's disease and other ailments such as dementia. The is mounting evidence that physical activity such as dance not only keep the body fit, but also increases cognitive acuity at all ages.

Social Interaction

At Society Hill Dance Academy you will meet and dance with people of all ages. Maintaining relationships and spending time with others is essential to a senior’s (or anyone’s) emotional and mental well-being. Retired people in particular need to be active on a daily basis to help prevent depression and other ailments that may occur with isolation. In fact, some studies indicate 20 percent of the population over 70 years of age currently suffers from depression. There are many causes, but it’s often made worse when people who were once active now spend much of their time alone. Socializing keeps the mind active. The Alzheimer’s Association recommends seniors connect with others to help maintain brain activity. The improvements have been known to be greater when the person is involved in fun interests with other people.

Dancing Skills

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Check out our schedule of dance classes and activities for seniors to find an event thats right for you.