Dance Classes during Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Find joy and relief in dancing during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions
The Coronavirus pandemic has dramatically changed the way we carry out our day to day activities. With restrictions in place limiting public gatherings and physical contact to avoid community transmission, dancing has become quite challenging. This is why at CareToDance we are doing everything in our power to keep your dancing going, all whilst keeping you healthy and safe from COVID-19 transmission.
CareToDance has deployed a number of measures in order to continue to facilitate fun and engaging dance classes during COVID-19. This of course if subject to change and we continue to adapt these measures in line with the latest advice from the Australian Department of Health regarding the Coronavirus outbreak.
We invite you read on to find out how you can continue to dance during these challenging times and how dancing can help you cope with the restrictions and changes to our lifestyle.
At CareToDance we understand how critical it is to keep active, both physically and mentally during these challenging times. This is especially important too maintain good mental health and keep our bodies healthy. Not to mention of course the positive effects that dancing will have on your mood and overall outlook.
And that is exactly why at CareToDance we are making it our mission to find ways to keep facilitate ways to keep you dancing during this unprecedented times.
We are offering 2 ways for you to keep dancing, one on one private dance classes (with strict hygiene and control measures) and online classes.
We are currently still offering one on one private dance classes at our Sydney CBD and Balmain studios. We have carefully reviewed the latest advice from the Australian Government Department of Health to ensure our dance classes are delivered in a safe manner and in line with the current guidelines, health advice and restrictions. Some of the measures we have taken to ensure we are able to still delivery one on one private dance classes are:
As part of our continued commitment towards quality and personalised dance tuition, we are now also offering a full range of Online Dance Classes as an alternative for those who can’t attend our studios. Our students can now attend online classes from the comfort of their home or place of work whilst enjoying the same quality of teaching they are already accustomed to.
Our new online range of online dance classes with specialised courses for Adult Ballroom, Latin and Wedding Dance Tuition, have been specifically put together to keep you active whilst you enjoy your favourite hobby – dancing of course – from the safety and convenience of your home or place of work.More about our Online Classes
CareToDance recognises and understands the feelings of anxiety, distress and concern many people may be experiencing as a result of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and restrictions that followed.
More than ever before, constructive social interaction and maintaining lifestyle routines can be supportive for our mental health and overall well-being. Whether or not you are able to have face to face interactions with other people during this time, staying connected with others is very important.
This is where dancing comes into play by assisting you in maintaining a positive outlook and a healthy mind and body. Below we have highlighted some of the main benefits that dancing during the COVID-19 outbreak can have on your mental and physical health.
Dancing after all is all about having fun and connecting with your inner self. Dancing is a great way to take a break from all the bad news and negative media going around at the moment. Dancing will help you keep your mind active and distracted from negative thoughts. Did we mention already Dancing is fun?
Attending dance classes, whether face to face or online, will ensure you stay connected with other like minded people during COVID-19. During these times it is a great idea to think of creative ways to stay connected with others, and what a better way than doing something you love. Dancing is the perfect platform to connect with and support others during these difficult times.
The idea of going into a period of social distancing, self-isolation or quarantine may feel daunting or overwhelming to many. This can also contribute to feelings of helplessness and fear. Dancing will help you maintain a positive outlook and keep positive and constructive thoughts. Dancing will aid you in achieving this by proactively stimulating your mental and physical health.
Why not try and see this time as unique and different and not necessarily a bad one?. Changing your perspective can be a great way to improve your mood and overall well-being. So why not see these times as the perfect opportunity to get busy with learning a new skill?. This is your perfect chance to embark yourself on a new dancing journey. Check out our beginner dance classes guide for more info.
On a recent article addressing Mental Health and wellbeing during COVID-19 published by Lifeline Australia, they recommended “creating a routine that prioritises things you enjoy and even things you have been meaning to do but haven’t had enough time”. Dancing is a great activity to add to this new routine as it will tick all the right boxes for you, helping you improve your mental health and stay positive.
Dancing offers a ton of mental and physical benefits. To learn more about what dancing can do for you, please refer to the resources below:
CareToDance is actively reviewing and keeping up to date with the latest health advice to ensure we deliver our services in a safe manner. Likewise, we recommend our teaching staff and students also stay informed during these challenging times.
For the latest advice and information please go to www.health.gov.au. For health enquiries please utilise the Australian Government Department of Health Coronavirus Information Line 1800 020 080 or the health direct hotline 1800 022 222.
Considering others health and looking after yourself is critical during these times. Below are some great resources you can use to ensure you are keeping yourself and other safe while you enjoy your dancing classes.
If you are sick and think you might have COVID-19, check your symptoms online using healthdirect’s Coronavirus (COVID-19) Symptom Checker.
Answer questions about your symptoms to see if you need to seek medical help or get tested. This tool is available online at any time.
To find out if you meet the Australian Government guidelines for coronavirus (COVID-19) testing, answer a series of questions. These include information about:
Stay up to date with official information and advice about the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation. You can check your symptoms and get notified when urgent information and updates are published.
You can use the Australian Government Coronavirus app to: