Learn to Dance the Cha-Cha: Ballroom Backstory

Whether you’ve danced the Cha-Cha or not, we’ll let you in on a secret: you could do it with ease! You’ve probably heard the old phrase “One, Two, Cha-Cha-Cha”… well, it’s not much more than that! With roots traced back to the islands of the West Indies and making their way to America, the steps… Read More

Ballroom Backstory: Paso Doble Dance of the Bulls

Do you enjoy a little drama in your step? A little flash and flair to your moves? Then the Paso Doble is the dance for you. Meaning “double step” in Spanish, this lively and dramatic dance is set to Spanish March music that may conjure images of… a bull fight? That’s right, the Paso Doble… Read More

Learn to Ballroom Dance: the Hustle

Picture this: John Travolta. White suit. Platform shoes. Finger pointed in the air. Who can forget the movie that epitomized the 1970s? Disco balls and the Hustle were the theme of the decade, and have left a lasting impression on the world of dance ever since. What many people don’t realize is that the Hustle… Read More

How Often Should I Take Dance Lessons?

Like learning any skill, to become a good dancer takes patience and consistency! Dance, especially ballroom dance, is really an art form, and it consists of precise movements and bodily responses. This means that it to fine tune your dancing skills, you need to train your muscles to easily recall the steps and proper form.… Read More

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