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Cha Cha dance lessons
This dance originated in Cuba in the 1940s. The Cha Cha is one of the fastest and most playful Ballroom dances. It is characterized by lots of quick dance steps and sensual hip action. Our Cha Cha lessons will teach you how to lead and follow anybody.
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Salsa dance lessons (Club style)
Originally from Puerto Rico and Cuba, Salsa is now one of the hottest Latin dances in the world! This dance is characterized by lots of turns, spins and foot work variations. Are you ready to impress that special someone with your hot dance moves?
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Rumba dance lessons
This passionate Ballroom dance is often described as the “dance of love”. Dancers love this dance because it’s slow rhythm allows for full expression with lots of arm styling and body movement. Our videos will show how to look good in the Rumba.
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Swing dance lessons (East Coast)
East Coast Swing was derived from the original Swing dance: The Lindy Hop. This Ballroom dance is characterized by rocks steps and triple steps. It has a lively, fun and energetic feel to it and is often danced to “rock n roll” music.
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Merengue dance lessons (Club style)
Originally from Dominican Republic, Merengue is one of the easiest Latin dances to learn. The saying goes; “if you can walk, you can do the Merengue”. This Latin dance is characterized by marching steps accentuated with hip and body movement.
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Tango dance lessons
The Tango originated in the 1890s from Argentina with strong influence from Europe and Africa. It is a dramatic and sensual dance. There is a very strong “stalking” walk action being used through out Tango to characterize its beautiful music.
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Waltz dance lessons
The Waltz is a very smooth Ballroom dance full of elegance. This dance originated in Vienna, where many balls were held. The Waltz’s main characteristic is the rise and the fall (up & down) which requires bending and straightening the knees.
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Foxtrot dance lessons
This is one of the most popular social Ballroom dances out there and fits many of the classical songs by Frank Sinatra and Michael Bubble. This dance is perfect for dancing at weddings and parties as it is low key and easy to learn.
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Technique and Styling Lessons
If you want to become a great Ballroom dancer, you will want to get the FINER details. Our technique videos cover topics like correct foot, hip and body action in various Ballroom and Latin dance figures. We also drill down into turns, walks, arm styling and more.
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