This is the “Arm Styling” portion from the New Yorkers lesson in International style Rumba. Here we give you specific tips on how to achieve beautiful arm movement during this figure. WATCH VIDEO NOW
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Biggest Posture Mistake Beginner Dancers Make
In today’s video I talk about the most common posture mistake I see beginner dancers make. I explain what it is and then give you 2 specific exercises you can do to fix this. What do you think? Leave a comment below the video! WATCH VIDEO NOW
An Important Tip For Practicing By Yourself
Practicing Ballroom dancing on your own can be one of the best things you can do for your dance improvement. In today’s video I give a practical tip that will help you make the most out of your solo dance practice. This applies to Rhythm, Smooth, In.Latin, Or Int.Standard styles. WATCH VIDEO NOW
Rumba Technique Lesson – “Flicking” In International Style Latin
In this International Style Rumba Technique lesson you will learn the “Flicking” technique used in most Rumba steps. Flicking is essential to improving your dancing if you want to develop better musicality in your dancing. I t will also develop quicker and sharper leg action.
Dance: Rumba (International Style)
Lesson: The Flicking Technique
Level: All Levels
Flicking Rumba Technique (Click here)
5 Keys to be a ROCKSTAR follower!
This is a guest post written by Emily Larsen. Enjoy!
There are plenty of things that you can think about when you go out social dancing. If you want to be known as a rockstar follower here are a few things that could make or break your night!
Tip for Ladies: Promenade position confusion
Today we are covering a common mistake that many of the followers make. This has to do with the very popular position: The promenade, which is used in many of the Smooth and Standard dances like: Waltz dance, Foxtrot dance and Tango dance.
Leave a comment below and let us know if this happens to you? And how you fixed this.
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Tip for ladies – Elbow Forward
Here is a quick tip for the ladies. We share something that will help you follow your partner better.
This tips applies to all dance holds and in all dances. Leave a comment to let us know if you have any questions.
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