Dance is a beautiful thing. It triggers a part of the brain that helps to think creatively and passionately. It is something that makes a person graceful and really enjoy life. As well as all of this, it just may be the answer to obesity problems for some.
I don't know if I would say dance is the perfect communication between man and nature, but I will agree that dance can truly be an artistic experience that speaks volumes more than words alone could. No matter where you go in the world, dance has always been a part of human culture.
Whether it be Japanese kabuki, European masques and flamencos, Chinese Yangge, or Russian ballets (heck, Japan made an entire TV series that was basically a classical-style fairy tale centered around the visual and symbolic power of ballet), dance seems like it's always been critically important for developing community and culture.
Dance is a skill that can be transformed and utilized into many different career choices.If you are someone who loves dance but don’t yearn for the spotlight, you could always use your dance training to become a teacher. Teaching is a rewarding and fulfilling career and you can find satisfaction in showing others the world of dance and how it can positively affect their lives, like it did yours as well.