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Waltz:  The Waltz is one of the smoothest ballroom dances.  It is a progressive dance marked by long, flowing movements, continuous turns, and "rise and fall."  The dance is so graceful and elegant; Waltz dancers appear to glide around the floor with almost no effort.

Foxtrot:  The Foxtrot is a ballroom dance, which is a lot of fun and simple to learn... an excellent dance for beginners.  The Foxtrot is a smooth dance in which dancers make, long flowing movements across the floor.

Tango:  The Tango is one of the most fascinating of ballroom dances.  This sensual dance originated from South America in the early twentieth century.

Viennese Waltz:  The Viennese is a quick rotating ballroom dance with a subtly rise and fall.  It is considered to be one of the most difficult dances to learn.  The simple elegant rotational movement characterises the Viennese Waltz.

Quickstep  The Quickstep is a quick version of the Foxtrot.  It is a ballroom dance of extremely quick stepping, syncopated feet rhythms and runs.  The Quickstep is exciting to watch, but among the most difficult of all the ballroom dances.





Cha Cha:  The Cha Cha is a vibrant, flamboyant and playful dance. The light and bubbly feel of the Cha Cha gives it a unique sense of fun for dancers throughout the world. The Cha Cha requires small steps and lots of hip motion (Cuban motion) 

Samba:  Over the years, the Samba has incorporated elaborate tricks, turns, and acrobatic feats into its basic set of figures. The main characteristics of the Samba are rapid steps taken on quarter beats and a rocking, swaying motion of the dancers.

Rumba:  Full of sensual movements, the Rumba is considered by many to be the sexiest of the ballroom dances. "Rumba" is a term that refers to a variety of dances or a "dance party." This dance of love is one of the most popular ballroom dances

PasoDoble: Traditionally, the man is characterized as the matador (bullfighter) and the lady as his cape in the drama of a Spanish bullfight. Based on Flamenco dancing, the Paso Doble is both arrogant and passionate. The Paso Doble is performed more as a competition dance than as a social dance.

Jive:  The fastest of the Latin dances, Jive incorporates lots of kicks and flicks, even twirling of the woman, and doesn't move around the dance floor like other dances. Although Jive dancers may appear to be moving their feet haphazardly in every direction, the feet are actually well-controlled under the body with the knees close together.

Salsa:  In Salsa, turns have become an important feature, so the overall look and feel are quite different from those of Mambo. Mambo moves generally forward and backward, whereas, Salsa has more of a side to side feel.



 Tap:  Tap is an exciting form of dance in which dancers wear special shoes equipped with metal taps.                                 

Tap dancers use their feet like drums to create rhythmic patterns and timely beats.  The term "tap dancing" is derived from the tapping sound produced when the small metal plates on the dancer's shoes touch a hard floor or surface.

A common style of tap dancing is called "classical tap." Classical "tappers" use their arms and upper bodies to blend movements of ballet or jazz into their tap routines.

The goal in tap dancing is to produce clear, clean sounds, with various levels of tone.






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Jazz:  Jazz has become one of the most popular dance styles in recent years, mainly due to its popularity on television shows, movies, music videos and commercials. People enjoy watching jazz dancers, as the dancing is fun and energetic.

Jazz dancing is a form of dance that showcases a dancer's individual style and originality. Every jazz dancer interprets and executes moves and steps in their own way. Jazz dancing is energetic and fun, consisting of unique moves, fancy footwork, big leaps and quick turns.