International Dance Day is celebrated on April 29 every year. Dancers, researchers and therapists around the world are increasingly encouraging people to engage in recreational activities and any form of exercise, to combat mental fatigue during an epidemic. On World Dance Day, it is time to help each other fight the loneliness and loneliness amid the rampant coronavirus epidemic. Dance is good for the body and mind, and it has been found that relaxing the leg is a source of joy for many. International Dance Day is a great opportunity to spread awareness and help people become more resilient when faced with the psychological or emotional challenges within Covid-19.
World Dance Day: How dance helps to deal with emotional challenges
Dancing is a creative expression; moving with music has many benefits
Dance is often used to treat physical, mental, psychological and behavioral problems
According to experts, the same endorphins or chemicals in the body that make a person feel better are released in large quantities when a person dances.
Dance helps fight anxiety, depression, low self-esteem and painful back pain
World Dance Day: A history of dance day
In 1982, International Dance Day first celebrated the birthday of Jean-Georges Noverre (1727-1810), the founder of modern ballet. International Dance Day was started to spread the message of the benefits of dance, dance celebration and mobilization. This global architectural approach narrows political, cultural, and national barriers. Jean-Georges Noverre, a book by French dancer Lettres sur la danse et sur les ballets, written in 1760, is still in use and is revered by modern dancers.