Our family is happy that we found Next Gen Studios! Our eldest daughter is the best dance and my younger daughter is following her footsteps. The thing is that they learnt dances as well as personal growth in the areas o self confidence, respect and discipline. My both daughters are better people because of the attention they have received and the skills that they learned at Net Gen Studios.
Gurpreet Singh Grewal
I have joined dance classes at Next Gen Studio for five months. And seriously I have learned dance steps as well as get my fitness back. Your dance classes worked well and I have lost my weight due to your brilliant slimming dance instructor Ms. Sarabjot Ghuman mam who has experience of 11 years in dance. Thank you all the team for great efforts and I am joining soon again in your dance studio.
My daughter joined dance classes from the next gen studio. This difference between other dance studios that children go to dance classes and at next gen studios she went to dance classes to dancing. The change is dramatic! The dance teachers care about the dance education of the children. Sarbjot Ghuman mam is patient, sweet and dedicated. We recommend this studio to anyone that is looking for a competent, fun, and wonderful dance studio. Pooja Malhotra
DID YOU KNOW
The benefits of dance in your life can actually improve one's memory
Dancing involves both mental effort and social interaction which actually improves the health of your brain
Dance also improves strength and flexibility especially as you grow older
Studies show that dancing frequently can actually reduce dementia more than any other activity
Dancing encourages divergent thinking and can enhance overall creativity
An upbeat dance group lifts the spirits and dancers are much, much happier
Dancing can improve your muscle tone, strength, endurance and fitness
Dancing keeps you feeling young for the may years to come
The muscle exertion and breathing rates of dancers performing in one dance competition is equivalent to those of cyclists, swimmers and an Olympic-level 800-meter runner.
As little as FIVE minutes of dancing makes people think more sharply and laterally
Dancing creates a connection with someone which you may have otherwise not recognized