Dancing is the most effective exercise for the brain. It helps counteract the decline in mental and physical capacity due to aging. Dancing leads to noticeable behavioral changes and also improves balance. These improvements are attributed to the extra challenge of learning dance routines, choreography, cues, lyrics, and melody.
Everyone would like to live an independent and healthy life for as long as possible. Dancing is a powerful tool to set new challenges for the body and mind. If you are interested in this RPAR program, please contact Patsy Hinton at (318) 251-1436.
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