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meetsinglesdancing

If you’re a single person looking for a booming social life, odds are your thoughts have turned to dancing at one point or another. Dancing is an amazing leisure activity that showcases skill, passion and romance alongside boldness and sociability.

Just seeing someone dance tells you so many things about them. Can you think of a few? I can. A person who can dance is:

  • Dedicated - You can’t dance well without practice, practice, practice!
  • Sexy - The key to looking good when you dance is understanding how to move your body in appealing ways!
  • Outgoing - It takes a lot of social courage to wrap your arms around another person and move them!
  • Fun - Grumpy people just don’t like to dance. You’ve got to be happy to cut a rug!
  • Timeless - Some fads go out of style. A person who knows how to dance never gets old fashioned.

And that’s just a few! There are so many more good things that dancing can say about you. So how can you utilize this quintessentially interesting hobby to your advantage? How can you meet singles dancing?

Well, the most obvious place is a local single’s night. If you’ve ever tried a single’s night, you know that dancing is the main event of the evening. The people who meet singles dancing find people and stay in touch. They begin with something in common (dancing) from the moment they meet, while the other people who just stand around end the night as single as they started it.

Other places you can meet singles dancing are cruises, local pubs and bars, and of course dance clubs!

You don’t have to suffer a lonely fate. It doesn’t matter how you look or how anxious you are. If you learn to dance people will want to get to know you. They know what we know, that dancing says great things about people!

So go out there, revolutionalize your social life, and meet singles dancing today! 

In the comments below, tell me some awesome things you think dancing says about a person!

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is the New Student Director at the Arthur Murray Dance Studio in Morristown NJ. He's been told his voice "really carries" and that he wears fun socks sometimes. He believes in his work and hopes his efforts can help people who are hesitant about dancing to take that important first step!