The Dances

Rhythm / Latin Dances

Rumba was the beginning of Cuban and Latin American dance crazes. The Rumba is for romantic social dancing.

Cha Cha is one of the most popular Latin dances. Everybody can learn the Cha Cha, and they should.

Samba is easily adapted to different tempos and develops effervescence and spontaneity.

Mambo combines American Jazz with the Afro-Cuban beat. For dancers, the Mambo is an exciting challenge.

Swing brings forth a buoyant personality and the sprightliness of the dance becomes contagious. It's energetic, alive, and a lot of fun.

Smooth / Standard Dances

Foxtrot is the foundation for all dances and it is a standard of social dances.

Waltz gives dancers a chance to practice balance and moving lightly. It is the basis for many dances.

Samba is easily adapted to different tempos and develops effervescence and spontaneity.

Tango is dramatic, exciting and known as the Dancer's Dance. It develops a strong sense of feeling for music.

Other Dances

Hustle gives us the fusion of Swing and Disco and is a dance where couples dance touching each other.

Salsa is the street version of Mambo. These moves from south of the border are sensual as well as invigorating.

Merengue was first considered too scandalous but today, the exciting rhythms of the merengue inspire dancers to move with its beat.

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