Argentine Dance Therapy
Argentine Tango has so many benefits to those who study the dance even improving your health. In fact, research confirms that taking Argentine Tango classes has helped people overcome depression and heal neurological disorders like Parkinson’s disease.  Argentine Tango also improves memory, multi-tasking skills, self-esteem, balance and motor coordination. As we all know, dancing is a form of exercise. Therefore, in addition to all these other benefits Argentine Tango classes provide, you are also getting a good workout.

Classes / Lessons Improve Your Mood
Argentine Tango helps people battle depression, anxiety and stress. Researchers at the University of New England in South Wales and Australian National University in Canberra have found that just two weeks of lessons resulted in significant improvements in mood. Dancers also experienced less insomnia. Argentine Tango dancers are so focused on the complex steps that they forget about their negative thoughts. The strong connection dancers need with their partners when doing Argentine Tango also helps dancers focus on the present moment, which allows them to mentally switch off their feelings of stress.

Classes Help Parkinson’s Patients
Argentine Tango also slows down the progression of Parkinson’s disease in some patients. Patients are made to take long steps and move backwards when dancing the Argentine Tango. The female is usually the one to move backwards when dancing the Argentine Tango. However, in order for patients to experience the full benefits of the dance, men and women dance both male and female roles. Parkinson’s patients also experience less slowing or freezing of movement, which are symptoms of the disease, because Argentine Tango requires them to turn in different directions. Improvement in balance and quality of life is also experienced by Parkinson patients.

Taking  Classes is a Great Form of Exercise
Dancing the Argentine Tango is a great form of exercise, and exercise is also great for your health. There are so many health benefits to exercising such as controlling weight, preventing health conditions and diseases, improving mood, promoting better sleep, and boosting energy. Exercising is a great way to feel better, be healthy and have fun.

Standard dancing has the same effect.

This link might be interesting or possibly helpful for persons that suffer depression.
Dance Therapy
Dancing allows us to focus and learn whilst relaxing to enjoyable music.
Dancing also helps stimulate the brain, so let's go a little deeper into this.

Music affects many areas of the brain; we listen to and play music because we like it. 
Researchers have indicated people value music due to the emotions that evoke.

Cognitive research 
Sweden has been looking into mechanisms that could explain listening to music could induce emotions. This would involve reflexes, conditioning, emotional contagion, visual imagery, memory and expectancy.

Music stimulates activities of the amygdale, which regulates emotion, and even the brain stem, which is the centre for many of the vital functions to our bodies such as breathing, heart rate and digestion.
Dancing with music can be an effective way to change and treat our brains. 

Dance therapy has demonstrated effectiveness as a way to treat neurological conditions such as Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s disease, stroke, brain injury, anxiety and depression.

Florida research discovered the benefits of music for brain-surgery patients. Live music therapy using patient-preferred music is beneficial for improving quality-of-life indicators such as anxiety, perception of the hospitalisation or procedure, relaxation and stress in patients undergoing surgical procedures of the brain.

For some people, it’s not so easy to express themselves with mu