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Learning to dance has never been so easy

Learn to dance in your own time, in your own home and in your own way!

17th October 2008 - Dance is set to find a new online home with the launch of . DanceMass is a great new way to learn to dance or improve your existing moves. The online dance studio allows dance enthusiasts to register and download instructional videos from some of the best dance teachers and choreographers around the world.

Each routine costs an average of £5 in online credits. This is excellent value in comparison to committing to a lengthy course of classes which would also involve travel expenses. All visitors need to do is register where they can then buy credits safely and securely, and select the classes they want.

DanceMass allows access to instructional and performance dance videos from every genre, including Freestyle, Latin, Ballroom, Theatre and World dance. The site has something for everyone, no matter of age, gender, ability or style.

It can be difficult for first time dancers and fitness fiends to find a suitable class because they feel self-conscious in a class environment or do not have access to lessons in their chosen style or at the time they want. DanceMass offers beginners a good variety of starting points whilst experienced dancers can use the site to practice in between real world classes.

There is plenty of advice and support available on DanceMass, including an ever-present reminder to hydrate. There is unlimited free access to a professional warm-up video by a qualified aerobic instructor, and introduced by the site’s founder, Dawn DeMendonca. Students are also able to communicate directly with dance instructors via the site.

Dance is great for your health and well-being. It encourages confidence and creativity and can improve muscle strength, co-ordination, posture, flexibility and agility. Plus, it can burn around 266 calories a session*!

The popularity of TV programs like Strictly Come Dancing, films such as Step Up and performance artists like the Pussycat Dolls have made dance cool again encouraging more and more people to learn to dance. Celebrities such as Britney Spears and Martine McCutcheon using dance as a work-out has also raised the popularity of dance as a form of exercise.

So, whether you love Latin, want some fresh Freestyle moves, need to look upbeat on the Street, are hot to Foxtrot, find Samba super sexy, go dotty for Disco, or want to work on that Belly…. there’s a style on DanceMass that is perfect for you!

Visit to try out some moves for yourself!

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