First Class Free Believe Ballroom Bradford

Believe Ballroom is a established dance school in the Bradford, offering dance classes and lessons in Ballroom, Latin American, Sequence, Fitsteps, Rock & Roll,Line Dancing and Freestyle Disco for everyone. Currently our youngest pupil is 3 and our oldest is 70+.

Dancing is not only great exercise but great fun and a way of meeting new people with the same interest. Even if you have never danced before or think you have two left feet, worry not, you are in the right place!

All of our teachers are fully qualified and have many years experience teaching dancers of all ages and abilities. We offer a range of classes and private tuition, call, email or book online today.

Believe Ballroom Dance Studio In Bradford

Dancing is an fun social activity and also good exercise, resulting in many health benefits such as improving posture and balance, muscle tone and flexibility, keeping the mind active and reducing stress.

Dancing can be a way to stay fit for people of all ages, shapes and sizes. It has a wide range of physical and mental benefits including:

  • improved condition of your heart and lungs

  • increased muscular strength, endurance and motor fitness

  • increased aerobic fitness

  • improved muscle tone and strength

  • weight management

  • stronger bones and reduced risk of osteoporosis

  • better coordination, agility and flexibility

  • improved balance and spatial awareness

  • increased physical confidence

  • improved mental functioning

  • improved general and psychological wellbeing

  • greater self-confidence and self-esteem

  • better social skills

You can dance in a group, with a partner, or on your own (Fitsteps). Dancing can be done both competitively and socially. It can be a great recreational and sporting choice, because anyone of any age can take part. It doesn’t matter whether it is cold,raining or snowing, as dancing is done indoors!

If you are thinking of taking up dancing:

  • See your doctor for a check-up if you have a medical condition, are overweight, are over 40 years of age or are unfit.

  • Wear layers of clothing that you can take off as your body warms up.

  • Do warm-up stretches or activities before you begin a dance session.

  • Drink plenty of water before, during and after dancing.

  • Make sure you rest between dance sessions.

  • Don’t push yourself too far or too fast, especially if you are a beginner.

  • Wear professionally fitted shoes appropriate to your style of dance.

  • Check with your dance instructor that you are holding the correct form.

  • Sit and watch new dance moves first. Learning new moves increases your risk of injury, especially if you are already tired.

  • Perform regular leg-strengthening exercises.

  • Move as fluidly and gracefully as you can.

  • Cool down after a dance session, including stretching.







MON - FRI: 9AM - 10PM



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