Jul 23, 2010

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Get Your Groove On For National Dance Day: July 31, 2010!

Get Your Groove On For National Dance Day: July 31, 2010!

In keeping with the theme of fun this week, I thought it appropriate to share a great opportunity to let loose and DANCE!

From Fox.com:

About National Dance Day

As part of his commitment to support dance education and physical fitness in the United States, Nigel Lythgoe is launching National Dance Day on “So You Think You Can Dance.” National Dance Day will take place on July 31, 2010 and will include a variety of dance-themed activities for people of all ages. It will empower, challenge and inspire everyone to try various styles of dance ranging from hip-hop to ballroom to anything that moves. Above all, it will encourage everyone to DANCE as a means to stay fit and be healthy.

For organized dance events, dance routines and more click here to read posts on their dance blog.

I love this concept!  And I love the show “So You Think You Can Dance” even more.  I get so inspired watching these brilliant dancers.  Their determination and passion pours out of them with every step.  This show and these dancers remind me of how beautiful an art form dance really is.  It has honestly inspired me to want to take some dance classes! Until then I am going to indulge in the spirit of National Dance Day.  I’m going to try to learn the hip hop routine they teach you on their blog.  HA!  We’ll see how that goes.

In the meantime, have fun dancing!


Share your thoughts in the comments: What are some of your favorite dance moves?  What do you love most about dancing?  What are your favorite dance shows?

Peace, Love & DANCE!

~Alexis~

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