6 Easy Tips to Dance this Teej – Quick and Simple Tips!
It’s Teej – Let’s dance!
On the auspicious day of Teej, who would not love to dance breaking the monotony of our regular lifestyle. But what if you don’t have the confidence to dance? Maybe you think you are bad at it or you don’t know how to dance!
Don’t worry because we have come up with some tips for helping you to flaunt your dance on Teej.
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1. Find Your own rhythm while listening to music
You will have to feel the music and express that feeling through your body. Don’t try hard and don’t think much about dancing. Listen to the rhythm of the music and let it guide your steps. This can act as the best remedy for your dance. Because people dance because they are inspired by the rhythm and music.
2. While dancing always look up, don’t ever look down
Please keep this in mind because this is the most common error that beginners do while dancing which is looking at the foot. Dancing is all about feeling and confidence and looking down is not the best way to show your confidence. Instead of looking at your feet try to feel the steps and move with confidence.
3. Relax and have fun while dancing
You must always remember that dancing is about having fun. So, don’t stress and try to stay calm. Feel the flow of the beat and relax. You don’t dance as badly as you think as long as you don’t flail around. Regardless of how many dance steps you have chosen, just enjoy them.
4. Watching and Learn
You can watch some starter dance moves – the ones you can dance on any song. You can watch the dance moves on your TV, laptop, mobile phone and practice them. The more you practice, the more confident you will be and know how to move as per the beat. It’s all about remembering the steps and knowing the beat that goes along with them.
5. You Probably dance Better than you Think
While dancing – look graceful by beautifully smiling and changing the steps accordingly. While Mistakes are usually noticeable while dancing, don’t get disheartened. Just smile and continue, you are probably dancing better than you think and besides, it’s Teej, not a competition!
6. Practice as much as you can:
It is said that practice makes you perfect. It is rather obvious that if you want to be good at anything then you will have to give your time. Pick some dance moves and practice them regularly in front of the reflective glass. The glass will give you an idea of how you move and make it easier to correct your steps!