Learning to dance makes you a better lover


By Queens Courier Staff | editorial@queenscourier.com |

BY SHAWN BYFIELD

Learning to dance actually improves your love life.

“If you’re looking to spice up your love life, learning to dance is a sure-fire way to attract the opposite sex” says Shawn Byfield, a leading expert in dance instruction for adults.

Besides the obvious ability to show off your new dance moves, learning to dance comes with many other romantic benefits. Here are Bayfield’s top 10 tips explaining why dancers make better lovers:

            1.) Better Rhythm: Hearing the rhythm of the music directly translates into keeping a better rhythm elsewhere.

            2.) Better Confidence: Learning to dance improves your confidence on and off the dance floor. The #1 most attractive trait about a partner is their confidence level. Boldly use your moves to sweep your partner off the dance floor and bring them… somewhere more private.

            3.) Better Moves: This goes without saying. Watching your partner move well on the dance floor is subconsciously a very sexy indicator of how well they’ll partner at other times.

            4.) Better Improvisation skills: Sometimes, things go wrong. Learning to dance teaches you to improvise and think on your feet. Dancers transform awkward lovemaking situations and improvise new scenarios.

            5.) Better Stamina: Out of breath? Not if you dance regularly. The cardio workout from dancing dramatically boosts your stamina.

            6.) Better Skin: If sweat grosses you out, it shouldn’t. That sweaty dance workout actually helps clear your pores and releases toxins that create pimples, blackheads and acne. So dance often, and reap the rewards of beautiful skin.

            7.) Better Flexibility: Can’t touch your toes? Chances are, your love making experience could benefit from a dance class. Regular stretching and warm ups improves your flexibility and circulation throughout your muscles.

            8.) Better Creativity: A common complaint among couples is boredom. Dancers know how to break the monotony because they’re forced to use more right brain functions – which is the artistic, creative side of the brain. Dancers use their noggin to experience how good change can be.

            9.) Better Positive Energy: Dance releases endorphins in your body, which is one of the chemicals your body releases, leaving you feeling more positive, relaxed, and generally happier. A positive person is always a turn-on.

            10.) Better Friends: Being a better lover  is about building a mutual relationship of trust. Learning to dance teaches you how to listen, respect, love and appreciate yourself and others.

So if you’re looking to improve the quality of your love making, and want to develop that sex appeal others won’t be able to resist, make the time to learn to dance. Your bedroom will never be the same again!

  – © 2009 Shawn Byfield (www.ShawnByfield.com) is an award winning choreographer, show director and a leading expert in dance lessons and industry advice.