Good relationships help our bodies and our brains. We have clients whose dance lessons with us are part of their weekly “date night.” They replace screen time with people time. They get out of the house together and come over to my home studio for a 50-minute dance lesson, sometimes followed by dinner together afterwards. Dancing has helped them do something new, which has brought new life to their relationships. Through leading and following, couples learn better how to rely on each other. When mistakes occur, as they inevitably do, one partner covers for the other so that anyone watching might think everything went smoothly. It’s a beautiful life lesson we all can learn through dancing.