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Arthur Murray Dance Studio of Boston Takes Steps to End the Prostate Cancer

We came across this amazing initiative by Arthur Murray Boston: Arthur Murray Dance Studio of Boston Takes Steps to End the Prostate Cancer On January 27, 2012, between noon and midnight Arthur Murray Dance Studio of Boston is taking dance steps with its 4th Annual Teach-A-Thon to benefit AdMeTech Foundation’sDance for a Cure of Prostate Cancer. “One in six men is…

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Benefits of Dancing [INFOGRAPHIC] Via South Jacksonville, FL

Our friends at Arthur Murray in South Jacksonville, FL have put together an amazing infographic on the benefits of dancing.  Thanks guys!

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Arthur Murray NYC’s Checklist for Dance Competitions

Arthur Murray NYC posted an amazing blog last week which was a six point checklist of what to do 10 weeks before a dance competition. Please read the full list here: http://arthurmurraynyc.com/ballroom-dancing-blog-nyc/what-to-do-10-weeks-before-a-ballroom-dance-competition/ Our favorite is number 5: 5. Watch a video from your last dance competition. Practicing your dancing in front a mirror is very helpful for feedback while you are dancing.…

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Arthur Murray Student Writes Heartfelt Blog: “totally changed my life.”

Cathy is an Arthur Murray student who tracked us down on Twitter (@arthurmurray) and asked us to read a blog she wrote (worth the read) about her 2 year dance anniversary. Well, we did and its one of the most rewarding stories we’ve seen in a while. When Cathy walked into an Arthur Murray studio in St. Paul over two years ago…

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Arthur Murray Richmond Hill: Best In the Business!

Saw a fantastic Facebook update from our friends in Richmond Hill: The readers of the Richmond Hill Liberal have once again cast their ballots for their #1 Richmond Hill businesses for the year of 2011, and we are SO EXCITED to be voted #1 and named York Region’s Best Dance Studio for the third year in a row!!! No surprise…

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The Do’s and Don’ts of Dancing!

A great survival list for dance events supplied by our studio in Seattle! Do bring 2 pairs of shoes! -          Don’t let your day be spoiled by blistered feet. Do bring formal attire. -          Gentlemen: Suit & tie or Tux -          Ladies: cocktail dress/ sassy (Latin Dances) -          Formal dress/classic (smooth dances) *It’s also a great idea to coordinate colors*…

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Science Tells Us What Women Want

CORAL GABLES, FL – DEC 14 Arthur Murray International congratulates Nothumbria University in Scotland for groundbreaking social research that confirms what men and women in the dance world have known for centuries: women are skilled judges of men’s dance moves as a means of judging their health, strength and attractiveness as potential mates. “The study is fancinating to us in…

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Arthur Murray Grand Rapids: A Pop Culture History

Arthur Murray in Grand Rapids posted a sort of “pop culture” history of Arthur Murray in the mainstream media. From casual references and impressive endorsements to gags – Arthur Murray has been on Hollywood’s lips for over 100 years! The Mur­ray name and fran­chise were fea­tured in the 1942 hit song “Arthur Mur­ray Taught Me Danc­ing in a Hurry”, writ­ten…

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Arthur Murray San Jose Defines Ballroom Dancing

San Jose’s recent blog gives us a very interesting rundown of ballroom dancing from yesteryear through today. While there are many forms of dancing designed for solo performers, partners, and groups, ballroom dancing is traditionally performed by two partners—one male and one female. Ball, from the Latin word for dance, is a term used to describe a celebration where party guests…

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How To Be A Star At Your Own Wedding (Via Seattle)

Yes, we know we already had a post from our Arthur Murray Seattle studio this week, but this blog from the regional website was too good to resist! Start as early as possible.  More than one Arthur Murray Dance Studio has stories of couples who come in just days before the wedding.  It takes three to six months, depending on the…

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