International dance day is celebrated every year on 29th April. It was created in 1982 by the Dance Committee of the International Theatre partner for the performing arts of UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization). The international dance day is celebrated by the dancers and the dancing communities all over the world. The goal to celebrate this day is to promote all dance forms throughout the world. And to make aware of the value of all the dance forms.
Benifits of dance
Instead of going to the gym and dieting to reduce obesity, try dancing formula once. A few minutes of dancing burns a lot of calories in the body. And its effect also starts showing soon. Along with these, different types of movements lead to good exercise from the waist to the arms and legs and neck. It also provides relief in many types of joint pain.
Dance also works to keep the brain active. Which is found in many research. The ability to think and understand becomes good and with increasing age, the problem of weak memory is also overcome. Dance maintains energy from children to the elderly. This doubles the working speed. It is very beneficial to dance with music, as both brain and body work together.
Since we are sharing the importance of dance and its significance let us also share some types of dance forms in the world. The popular dance forms are Folk dance, Belly dance, Ballet, Breakdance, Kabuki, Tango, Salsa, Ariel dance, Waltz, Bharatanatyam Kathakali, Kathak, Kuchipudi, Manipuri, Odissi, and many other forms apart from these.