Dancing is arguably the sport that offers the widest range of long term mental and health benefits than any other sport for all age groups, from children to the elderly. There are countless stories of people whose lives have been saved through taking up the sport of dancing. From staving off Parkinson’s disease to managing high blood pressure and averting the onset of dementia, the medical profession advocates dancing as a fun, cost effective way of maintaining excellent health and longevity. There are also a myriad of social benefits that make dancing appealing to everyone, including enhanced self-esteem and confidence acquired through greater coordination and artistic achievement. The moral of the story is never to give up dancing for fun, fitness and longevity. We leave with this short video from a medical professional confirming the above. To your happy feet!