Combat the Effects of Memory Loss with Dance Classes that Stimulate the Mind and the Body

Apr 4, 2017

Don’t put off maintaining health and fitness any longer. Instead, join In Motion dance classes that stimulate the mind and body to combat memory loss and weight-related health problems. Regardless of age or fitness level, there is a dance class that’s ideal.

The In Motion Training Centre, a dance studio based in Hemet, California, which teaches Jazz, Ballet, Tap, Hip Hop and other dance discipline classes for children, teens and adults have launched a campaign to keep the mind and body active and to improve the health and fitness of its dance studio members.

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According to research, dancing stimulates the mind, improves hand-eye coordination, and combats age-related health issues later in life such as Dementia and Alzheimer’s. Dancing also helps to maintain a healthy weight and keeps joints flexible and supple.

Developed in response to the need for a quality youth fitness and activities in the San Jacinto Valley, the In Motion Training Center dance studio began its campaign to improve the minds and bodies of local children and teens. Serving the cities of Hemet, San Jacinto and Valle Vista, as well as Homeland, Romoland and Nuevo, along with surrounding communities, In Motion offers a range of dance, tumbling and cheer classes.

In addition to the Jazz, Ballet, Tap, and Hip Hop stylized dance classes offered, In Motion also offers Lyrical, Modern, Contemporary, and Musical Theater classes. Cutting edge Choreography is offered in all their stylized classes as well as private sessions that are geared toward a choreographed piece. All of these classes improve the memory and help to increase mental capacity, especially as dance moves require memorization.

According to research, dance maximizes cognitive function and muscle memory through practice. Students who are also prone to dizziness find that dancing helps to increase their balance. Dance, based on recent studies, blends cerebral and cognitive thought with muscle memories held in the brain, which, in turn, increases brain function.

The In Motion Training Center studio has eight gifted dance instructors that teach a variety of mind and body stimulation classes. Students from toddlers to late teens can join the classes, and there are also adult classes and private tuition available and the In Motion dance classes are suitable for all levels of expertise.

When asked about the In Motion dance classes and how they help stimulate a healthy mind and body, an In Motion spokesperson said, “Dance is not only a fun and exciting way to keep physically active, but it also improves hand-eye coordination and keeps the mind alert. Dance allows anyone of any age to keep fit and to improve their range of motion and flexibility. Plus, it also promotes creativity, self-esteem and social activity.”

To find out more about the In Motion Training Centre and their keeping the mind and body active campaign, call 951 251 4644 or visit

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