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Welcome Internal Bliss and Peace with African Dance!

Welcome Internal Bliss and Peace with African Dance!

Dancing is part of many cultures throughout the world and is also considered an excellent form of exercise. It not only gives you joy, but it also offers mental peace and solace. If you look into the various African dance forms, you will see that they evoke radiance, happiness, and awareness. Regular dancing to African beats ensures you are mentally and physically fit and attuned with your inner self!

Exercise each muscle group naturally

Some dance forms only focus on one area of the body. There might be gentle movements or shaking of the limbs only. However, when it comes to African dance, you will find that you get the opportunity to exercise every muscle in your body. The dance form is like an aerobic exercise that triggers adequate blood circulation to the body. At the same time, you feel relaxed and rejuvenated. Your mind sways to the drum beats, and you finally become one with the music. The mind and body become aligned, and this brings immense joy and happiness.

Drum beats invoke positive energy

African dance has a number of drum beats that reinvigorate both the body and the mind. In fact, the moment you start dancing, you will start feeling an intense positive energy. The life force in your body is activated. You feel good, and you experience an upward surge of energy. The Troupe Da Da African Dance And Drum Ensemble is a good example of an African Dance that makes experience a blissful state of mind.

Health benefits from African dance

Most experts of African Dance state that it makes you grounded. The moment you start to dance, you instantly make a connection to your roots. You form a bond with nature and Mother Earth. That is why dance is said to have many therapeutic benefits. It alleviates the stress and the tensions of daily life. The professionals state that when you are dancing, you may often notice a feeling of lightness. You might start with a heavy mind, and later you will find as the rhythm gets into you, the tight muscles become loose. With regular dancing, you will also be able to burn off the excess calories and lose weight. Your cardiovascular health improves, and you look good too!

Experience bliss and peace with African dance

You become one with the mind and the body. That helps you to release and let go. Emotionally you are benefitted when you dance. Sometimes, trapped emotions in the body culminate in illness. That is why it is important for you to release them. Professionals also advise that you should take up dancing as a hobby and see the difference that it makes in your life. You feel more centered, and you are at peace. Your mind and body are aligned, and you experience a heightened sense of bliss that is inexplicable. Anybody can dance, and you need no formal training to let go and let the rhythm sink in. Dancing unfolds the true self in you, and it is one of the natural gifts you have and should cherish forever!



Suzanna, co-owns and publishes the newspaper Times Square Chronicles or T2C. At one point a working actress, she has performed in numerous productions in film, TV, cabaret and theatre. She has performed at The New Orleans Jazz festival, The United Nations and Carnegie Hall. Currently she has a screenplay in the works, which she developed with her mentor and friend the late Arthur Herzog. She was the Broadway Informer on the all access cable TV Show “The New Yorkers,” soon to be “The Tourist Channel.” email:

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