The dance can reveal everything mysterious that is hidden in music, and it has the additional merit of being human and palpable. Dancing is poetry with arms and legs. ~ Charles Baudelaire
The word “dancing” makes a wide smile appear on my face. I can clearly remember that when I was three or four years old, I used to take my Mom’s stole and dance in front of the mirror on the super hit songs of Madhuri Dixit. Since then, dance and I have always shared an intimate bond. I rarely missed an opportunity to dance in my school and college functions and cultural events.
I love both the classical and contemporary dance forms. However, due to my hectic schedule, dancing has become that old friend whom I meet only once a while these days.
I recently came across an amazing website called The Dance Bible, which is a great online portal for dance lovers. The motto of The Dance Bible is to connect all the passionate and aspiring dancers with the beautiful art of dancing.
The website is full of interesting features that will interest anyone who loves dancing. You can learn about the various dance styles such as aerial, ballet, jazz, tango, contemporary etc. and also know about dance anatomy.
You can watch some amazing dance videos and listen to the foot tapping dance audios on the website that would surely inspire you to step up and dance. There are audios for every dance style.
The best thing about The Dance Bible is that you can create your dance portfolio. You can share your story of dancing and share your dance videos. It is a great way to network with talented dancers and promote your work. I couldn’t resist creating my portfolio in The Dance Bible. It is hassle free and it just took a few minutes of my time.
You can also know about the top dance schools and the upcoming dance events in your city on the website. If you want to network with like minded dancers or want to know anything about dance, then you can ask a question in the dance forum. The forum is a great place to meet like minds and unleash your thoughts.
The Dance Bible is a paradise for dance lovers. If you are passionate about dancing, then explore the features of the website and create your dance portfolio today. The Dance Bible has surely given wings to my passion for dancing. I am sure it will do the same for you. Do check out the website at http://www.thedancebible.com/ and the facebook page at https://facebook.com/dancebible
I see dance being used as communication between body and soul, to express what is too deep to find for words. ~ Ruth St. Denis
P.S. The images used in this post are taken from the website of The Dance Bible.