Our Favorite Presidential Dances

Although George Washington is primarily known for his fearless leadership on the battlefield and revolutionary achievements during his presidency, he was also known as a master of dance during the 18th century. Elegant movements, such as patterns in a minuet, were a very important piece of the puzzle for those who ran, or should I… Read More

How to Spice Up Your Relationship with Ballroom Dancing

Ballroom dancing is an incredible activity to spice up your relationship, regardless of skill or fitness level. Not only is dancing a tremendous social activity, but it’s beneficial for your heart, too – both physically and romantically! According to MSNBC.com, a dancer can burn anywhere from 250 to 400 calories in an hour. That’s roughly… Read More

The Most Romantic Dances for The Most Romantic Month

If you were to ask 50 people what the most romantic dances are, you would probably get 50 different answers. Dance is an art, and just like art, it is subject to individual taste and interpretation. From the soft and fluttery arm movements to the sensuous and pulsing hip sways, dance is about connection: connection… Read More

Winners: Fred Astaire Dance Studio West Coast Dance Championships

The contrast between casual relaxation and vibrant pleasure captures the spirit of Havana, Cuba in many minds. It’s a city of historic, pastel architecture perched on the edge of the ocean with palm trees swaying in the background. Afternoons offer quiet, soothing opportunities to sit by the sea sipping classic rum beverages and donning a… Read More

The Brazilian Carnival: The Greatest (Dance) Show on Earth

It’s Brazilian Carnival Time! The flashy and vibrant five-day annual event may not be as well-known in the U.S., but the dance it’s centered around is — the Samba. If you’re a fan of Dancing with the Stars, you are no stranger to Samba. This type of dance is sexy and mesmerizing, which makes it… Read More

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