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Why Dances Away from Social Media: Spoiler Alert, Social Media Is Bad (or at least not great...)

Hey there, it's Courtney here, founder of, ready to share a little insight into why we've chosen to take a step back from the whirlwind world of social media.

Now, before you start thinking I'm some sort of Luddite living in a cabin in the woods, let me assure you—I'm just your average person who happened to realize that maybe, just maybe, social media wasn't adding as much sparkle to my life as I once thought.

Let's talk about the elephant in the room: social media. Ah yes, the double-edged sword of our digital age. While it's true that platforms like Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter have revolutionized the way we connect and communicate, they've also brought with them a whole host of challenges and pitfalls, especially for our kiddos.

Picture this: scrolling through your feed, bombarded with carefully curated snapshots of other people's seemingly perfect lives. It's easy to fall into the comparison trap, feeling like we're somehow falling short or missing out on all the fun.

And let's not forget about the insidious effects of the infamous "like" button—the dopamine hit we get every time someone validates our existence with a little red heart. It's addictive, it's unhealthy, and it's wreaking havoc on our mental well-being, especially for impressionable young minds.

Now, I'm not here to wag my finger or pass judgment on those who choose to engage with social media. After all, it's become so ingrained in our daily lives that it's practically second nature. But for me, personally, I realized that social media is bad, well, more bad than good. I needed a break from the constant barrage of notifications, updates, and perfectly filtered selfies.

It's been three years since I bid farewell to social media, and let me tell you—it's been a game-changer. I've reclaimed precious hours of my day, rediscovered the joy of being present in the moment, and found a newfound sense of mental clarity that I didn't even know was possible.

Just last week, I embarked on a five-hour flight, armed with nothing but my thoughts and a sense of quiet contentment. No screens, no distractions, just me and the serenity of uninterrupted solitude. And you know what? It was downright liberating. I never could have done that 3 years ago, the urge to scroll would have been too much!

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So, what does all of this have to do with Well, everything, actually. You see, we believe in creating a safe and nurturing environment for our dancers, free from the pressures and pitfalls of social media. That's why you won't find us tweeting up a storm or Instagramming our every move.

By choosing to forgo social media, we're making a conscious choice to prioritize authenticity, connection, and creativity. We're giving families the opportunity to unwind, and reconnect with the simple joy of dancing together.

So, if you're ready to dance your cares away, leave the endless scroll behind, and join us on the dance floor at Trust me, you won't regret it.

Until next time, keep dancing, my friends!




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