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Dancing to Contemporary Songs

Filed in Musicality by on December 4, 2016 0 Comments
Dancing to Contemporary Songs

Dancing To Contemporary Songs – How to Select The Dance That Best Fits The Music Playing Uh oh! You just walked in the room and the music playing is contemporary songs, not the strict Ballroom or Latin rhythms to which you’re accustomed. How do you go about selecting the dance that best “fits” the music […]

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Texas Two Step -Now Available on DVD

Filed in Videos by on November 19, 2016 0 Comments

Get ready for your next Country Hoe Down with the new addition to our DVD library…   Available at: http://ballroomdance101.com/TexasTwoStep.htm

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Web Dance University…you asked for it, you got it!

Filed in Special Offers by on November 29, 2015 0 Comments
Web Dance University…you asked for it, you got it!

Dear Dancing Friends, Blanche and I are so thrilled with all of your emails about how much you love Web Dance University.  We can’t tell you enough how exciting it is hearing from you, and how much your compliments mean to us. Web Dance University is certainly a labor of love, and to those thanking […]

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Time To Put On Your Dancing Shoes, Einstein!

Filed in Media by on August 4, 2015 0 Comments
Time To Put On Your Dancing Shoes, Einstein!

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Turns & Spins: Part 5 – Spin Turns

Filed in Turns & Spins by on January 25, 2015 0 Comments
Turns & Spins: Part 5 – Spin Turns

The fifth and final element – Spin Turns – are very popular types of turns that allow you to stay in the same spot while turning. It’s used in many of the rhythm dances like West Coast & East Coast Swing, Cha-Cha, Salsa, and Samba. As we discussed in Part 1 of this series on […]

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Becoming A Good Dancer – The Three Aspects of Dancing

Filed in Becoming A Good Dancer by on June 28, 2014 0 Comments
Becoming A Good Dancer – The Three Aspects of Dancing

  The Three Aspects of Dancing Dancing as a Sport Dancing as an Art Form Dancing as a Social Grace The surge in dance competition shows and the ever-evolving skills of dance competitors make some perceive dancing to generally be a sport (i.e. it’s currently being considered for Olympic competitions). With that in mind, there […]

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How to Become a Good Dancer – Step Two: Motivating a Reluctant Partner

Filed in Becoming A Good Dancer by on June 2, 2014 0 Comments
How to Become a Good Dancer – Step Two: Motivating a Reluctant Partner

SO YOU WISH YOU COULD DANCE… Or perhaps, “So You Wish Your Partner Could Dance”. Well, never fear! All things are possible by taking just a few small steps. But first, we’d like to begin by sharing a very true dance story with you about having a “reluctant partner”. Years ago, a couple came into […]

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How to Become a Good Dancer – Step One: Overcoming Fear & Procrastination

Filed in Becoming A Good Dancer by on May 3, 2014 0 Comments
How to Become a Good Dancer – Step One: Overcoming Fear & Procrastination

YOU’VE ALWAYS WANTED TO LEARN TO DANCE… You’ve watched the old Astaire & Rogers movies and wondered “how”? How can anyone look so graceful and glide across the floor so confidently and flawlessly? When you went on that cruise with your spouse and you saw all of those couples dancing closely on the dance floor, […]

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Turns & Spins: Part 4 – Pivot Turns

Filed in Turns & Spins by on March 19, 2014 0 Comments
Turns & Spins: Part 4 – Pivot Turns

The Pivot Turn is a traveling type of turn used in most dances. As we discussed in “Inside Swivels” (Part 1) of this series on turns and spins, there are only two directions in which you can rotate on a standing foot – towards the outside of the foot or towards the inside of the […]

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Turns & Spins: Part 3 – Spiral Turns

Filed in Turns & Spins by on February 9, 2014 0 Comments
Turns & Spins:  Part 3 – Spiral Turns

Spiral turns are popular and beautiful turns used in all dances – especially Latin Dances. As we discussed in Part 1 of this series on turns and spins, there are only two directions in which you can rotate on a standing foot – towards the outside of the foot or towards the inside of the […]

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