When dancing, you don’t have to overexert yourself like a ballet dancer in Paris or a breakdancer from New York in order to do something good for your body. Even short and relaxed dancing interludes can increase your stamina, muscle mass and elasticity as well as help improve the control of our limb movements. Medical evidence of these effects has even been found in patients with multiple sclerosis. After taking part in dance therapy for a period of five months, some of the patients could even do without support from their walking aids. In Parkinson patients, it has been observed that dancing can partly restore normal mobility. An additional side effect: instead of the unpleasant side effects of the strong medication, the examined patients had one thing more than anything else: a whole lot of fun.