THE ETIQUETTE OF SOCIAL DANCE (part 1)
Dance etiquette is a series of recommendations that allow us to behave correctly in the dance environment. Why do we care about dance etiquette? Because you should know how to…

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Is dancing like a Bicycle?
This small article in the first place must be read by those who are just taking their first steps in dancing, as well as those who have been engaged for…

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Kizomba - the history of dance
If many modern dances can boast a rich long history, then things are a bit different with kizomba. Until the 80s of the last century, few had ever heard of…

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What is salsa and what is it eaten with?

Actually, salsa is not “she” at all, it is “he”, because in Spanish it means “sauce”. But, adapting this overseas word to the Russian language, it still comes out “she” – salsa – so burning, sultry and temperamental. It blows away from her, sparks pour out of her eyes and inside it gets so hot that I even want to dance!

Yes, it’s dancing! To us, women, beautiful, passionate and romantic, the dance seems to be something very dear and close, we quickly grasp its rhythm and allow the dance to reveal our deep essence. In the dance we live, rejoice, communicate, we love, flirt and, of course, conquer, allowing men to quietly or loudly admire our grace and perfection. Continue reading

Salsa dancing guy - who is he? (part 2)
The salsa dancing guy is confident. He knows his achievements and what he stands for. However, this does not mean that the guy dancing salsa is an upstart. He also…

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Kizomba - the history of dance
If many modern dances can boast a rich long history, then things are a bit different with kizomba. Until the 80s of the last century, few had ever heard of…

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FROM DANCE LESSONS TO PARTIES
In dance studios there are always students who go to group, take individual classes and they can never be seen at parties in clubs. This fact is very disturbing. Often,…

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What is salsa and what is it eaten with?
Actually, salsa is not “she” at all, it is “he”, because in Spanish it means “sauce”. But, adapting this overseas word to the Russian language, it still comes out "she"…

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