I’m not an athletic person, but I went out on a limb and signed up for a Bollywood dance class. I surprised myself but how much I liked it!
By posting videos of himself dancing bhangra, Gurdeep Pandher says he’s trying to spread joy, hope, and positivity around the world.
Dance has so many benefits for kids. It can help them develop new skills, get physically active, explore a creative art form, and more.
Little kids love to dance—especially when Mom, Dad, Grandpa, or Grandma joins in the fun! Try streaming our Epic Family Dance Party Playlist.
Balance, posture, and strength are universal attributes
Dance develops coordination, strength, and fitness
Evidence shows possible improvements in acceptance, cooperation, and collaboration
An inspirational story of will helping to triumph over conventional wisdom
The beauty of “contact improvisation”
Join Canadians on May 24 to celebrate the joy of dancing
Her activities have also ranged from biking and skiing, to mixed martial arts
Her father signed her up for snowboard lessons when she was 11-years-old
Sports+ teaches physical literacy to youth from Kindergarten to Grade 4
A simple indoor activity that encourages movement and coordination
A new program works both creative and physical muscles
Q: I see ads for exercise programs geared at kids. Some do things like sit-ups and push-ups. Is this really necessary for children? What kinds of activities and exercises should I be looking at? If you have children between the ages of 5 and 10, you should look for a kids’ multi-sport program that focuses on … Continued