BRIGHTON, NY – Love is in the air on the dance floor and just in time for Valentine’s Day.
Fred Astaire Dance Studios in Brighton says dancing is not only good for the mind and body, it can help connect couples in a positive way.
Sally Poole and Alan Colletta met online six years ago. They have been married for four years. They love to dance, especially together.
âOh, there are both physical and psychological benefits. I hang out with Sally, dance and feel the connection, âsaid Alan Colletta of Rochester.
They have been taking dance lessons at Fred Astaire Dance Studios for over a year. The studio has been temporarily closed due to COVID restrictions for about six months, so they’re happy to be back.
âYou do what you can. You are having a good time. You have the music playing, âsaid Sally Poole of Rochester.
âIt gives you time together,â Colletta said.
Dance champion, dance teacher and owner of the Fred Astaire Dance Studio, Vladimir Triaszin sees the chemistry between couples. He knows that couples who dance together stay together. He met his wife, Alicia, dancing.
âIt’s a very interesting dynamic, especially between couples,â said Triaszin. âSometimes you see people come in and they have a bit of a hard time at first, but then they grow up and once they start to feel better about dancing you can actually see them connecting more to one another. ‘other. They are much happier with each other, which also improves their relationship. “
If you want to give it a try, private and group dance lessons are available.
Fred Astaire Dance Studios is located at 2030 Monroe Avenue in Brighton. For more information, click on here.