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by Vassili on April 5th, 2014

Today I want to talk about how to get better at dancing. There are usually two opposing trains of thought on this, so we’ll examine both. First, you have the natural approach, i.e. just go out and do it. Leave caution to the winds, forget about the silly counting and stuff. After all, your ... Keep reading »

by Ryan Ghods on March 25th, 2014

When it comes to Latin dance, one growing in popularity across the globe is Zouk. It may have only been around since the 1980s, but Zouk has certainly established itself as a dominant force in the Latin scene. This versatile dance lends itself to all sorts of music styles and moods, making it one... Keep reading »

by Vassili on March 19th, 2014

Let's talk about salsa dancing. There are three main styles: Cuban, LA (or, “on1”), and New York (or, "on2"). Cuban Salsa Cubans call it Casino when danced by one couple, and Casino Rueda when danced in a group. Casino Rueda is led almost like square dancing, with a head dancer calling out ... Keep reading »

by Ryan Ghods on March 17th, 2014

Bachata is a style of Latin dance that has been garnering a lot of attention lately. The dance originated in the Dominican Republic, based on the traditional bachata guitar music of the area which gained popularity in the 1960s. Bachata is a dance which concerns itself with romantic themes, espec... Keep reading »

by Ryan Ghods on March 15th, 2014

Salsa dancing is a fantastic dance, suitable for people of all ages and abilities. However, many people feel some trepidation about giving it a try if they have no previous experience. This is largely because anyone who has seen professional salsa dancers perform probably has the misconception th... Keep reading »