Dancing speaks the language of love, passion, and inclusion. With so many varieties in music and instruments, there are equally varying types, classes, and categories of dances. There is no rule anywhere in the entire world that restricts you to a specific type of dance form or to a specific group of people only.
Importance of Diversity
Why do we even need diversity? This is a question that comes up in almost everyone’s career. Therefore, a quick fresher doesn’t hurt anyone.
Diversity is an essential element in society that provides an improvement, enhancement, and betterment in all walks of life. It provides productivity, new perspective, fresh ideas, growing acceptance, and a more prosperous life experience.
In dance, diversity provides the following:
A Means of Fascination and Interest
Ironically, the things that cause classes and categories in life businesses the most, they are the very things that strengthen diversity in dance. It is cultural and ethical fascination that leads people to experiment with the almost hypnotic and mesmerising movements. These become a novelty for dancers.
A Means of Understanding and Empathy
Dance is a form of expression of one’s feelings, thoughts, and emotions. These things are not only abstract, t they are also universally accepted. This is why, no matter how hard a person tries, dance remains free from racial discrimination or monoculturalism.
When a dance troupe shares a goal of winning a championship, and when a team wants nothing more than to perform or when a couple sets their mind on learning a new dance, they put their differences aside and work together as a team. This is how dance presents a goal and perhaps an excuse for partners to know and accept each other, compared to what they initially perceived.
It is through dance that people understand each other’s pain, struggle, hardships, and deep emotions, just like their own. It is here that they see human breath, sweat, moves, and expressions just like their own.
A Means of Awareness and Education
Not only does a dance stage encourage people to try out different types of dance, it also urges people of different cultural backgrounds to come together and perform. It is through these dances and performances that they represent unity, harmony, and an accurate representation of diversity.
To those who don’t believe in the concept of diversity, this is a much-needed wakeup call. In other words, diverse dancing not only helps performers and dancers, but it also helps educate the global audience.
To conclude, dance is diverse in steps, people, style, rhythm, instruments, music, and much more, both traditionally and culturally. It is a great way to bring much-needed appreciation and respect for different cultures. This is why people should participate in dancing more frequently and, if possible, from a young age.
Parents, teachers, and guardians should be the ones to have their kids dance from an early age. When instilled at an early age, sound habits can become a permanent positive change in life.