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Murph’s Country Music Barn

Looking for a fun family oriented evening of live music and dancing, Then Murph’s Country Music Barn is the place to be on Saturday evenings. Free Line Dance lessons from 6:30 to 7:30 pm, Live Music from 7:30-11:30 pm. Open Dance between the band sets. Large Dance Floor, Good Food and Down Home Friendly people.

Just take I-24 to Exit 19, North on Maxey Road 2 miles to a 4-way stop. Left on Stroudsville Road the left on Winters Road.

Admission is $7.00 per person.

We have a growing and loyal group of line dancers who are always happy to show new comers the dances we are currently doing or working on.  So next time you are looking for a fun evening out; think of Murph’s Country Music Barn in Cedar Hill TN.

One of our favorite dances to Fire Ball(River Bank by Lynn Card) requested every weekend during open dance.  Our dances range from Country to Pop and a FUN is the main ingrediant.  Check out link below.. We have fun and laughs on the dance floor.. All are welcome, No Experience needed. We will always do dances everone can enjoy and accomplish.

Murph FireBall

Reasons Why You Should Consider Joining An Adult Dance Class – By Sharon Louise Johnston

1. Dance Improves Flexibility

Don’t worry about already being flexible when thinking about should you or shouldn’t you join a dance class. The movement that you take on during the lesson will gently increase your own flexibility through suitable stretching exercises set by the teacher. “Warm ups” and “Cool downs” both involve gentle stretching exercises and combinations which improve your range of movement, so taking part in a dance class within time will enable you to improve your flexibility.

2. Dancing Builds Strength

Strength is built in dance by forcing the muscles to resist against your own body weight. Hip hop, jazz, contemporary and ballet all involve jumping high into the air. To be able to do these movements, it requires a lot of strength in the leg muscles.

3. Dance Increases Endurance

Physical exercise like dance increases our endurance levels. When our muscles are required to work hard for long periods of time our endurance levels improve and we are able to work longer and harder without feeling tired or fatigue. Dancing is great for improving endurance, especially the allegro steps (jumps) in ballet, the continuous combinations danced in tap and the fast paced routines danced in hip hop and street styles. When we increase our heart rate we increase our stamina level. Regular dancing will build your endurance levels.

4. A Sense of Well-Being

By joining a dance class you can challenge and build on your social skills increasing your self-confidence. Dance is also a way to reduce stress and tension levels. When we do an activity like dancing we feel an improved sense of well-being, not only does your overall fitness improve but you also get your metabolism working better for you too. With most things at the touch of a button today it is very easy to become lazy and the less exercise we do, the less involved we feel we want to be in other areas of our lives. Through dance and music you’ll feel generally more uplifted in both body and mind which in turn gives us more energy.

Whether you’re pirouetting across the floor to a classical masterpiece written by Tchaikovsky or doing “body rolls” in all directions possible to Rihanna, you’re getting exercise and probably having a lot of fun at the same time. Dancing offers us so many benefits as discussed in this article, but not forgetting the additional cardiovascular conditioning, stronger bones and good posture benefits also. Least important possibly, but still a pro to consider is that you don’t need to “feel the fear” of dancing at parties anymore. In fact you might find the performer in you yet!

To find out more information on dance training and and dance classes available to you http://www.ksd-online.co.uk

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