The toothpick
Chachacha is one of the most famous dances of Cuba, along with four others, it is included in the mandatory program of Latin American ballroom dancing. Its execution is always…

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SAFARI ON THE DANCE FLOOR
There's something magical about moving under a full moon, under a million stars shining in a dark sky. I'm making my way through the urban jungle to the site of…

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Reggaeton!.. How much of that sound!
Dynamic, bright, daring... Around these epithets to speak of reggaeton, and I understand why. Crazy energy, drive, cat plastic and ease in every cell of the body - all in…

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ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE ETIQUETTE OF SOCIAL DANCE (part 3)

Dance community
Shortly after starting Your dance career, You will encounter most of the “regulars” who form the basis of the local dance community. Dance communities, as a rule, are not particularly numerous. Dance community can be seen as a family, and its members as family members. Friendship comes and goes after a while, and family forever. That is why maintaining relationships within the family is very important: not many of us ever choose new parents or new brothers. If the relationship in the family is spoiled, the consequences will be long and painful. Therefore, it is worth making an effort to maintain good relationships in the dance community, because while dancing in the same geographical area, You will encounter the same people again and again will constantly arise awkward situations. Continue reading

6 SIMPLE TIPS THAT WILL HELP YOU NOT TO BE AN OUTCAST ON THE DANCE FLOOR

The best way to do this is when You’re facing the person you want to dance with. Say, “would You like to dance?”, “Can we dance?”I’d like to dance with You.” Don’t grab from behind and pull someone off the chair. Don’t whine, “You still haven’t danced with me.”

6 simple tips to help you avoid being an outcast on the dance floor

2. Accept rejection
We all have moments when we want to refuse an invitation. Maybe we’re tired, or we don’t like the song, or we don’t dance this dance, or we want to go to the bathroom, or we plan to make a phone call. Continue reading

ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE ETIQUETTE OF SOCIAL DANCE (part 2)
Who's popular? Now you are an attentive dancer who always thinks first of his partner. But building a reputation takes some time. What makes someone popular at first glance? If…

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HOW TO MANAGE A WOMAN WITHOUT WORDS?
If you are a real man, do you know how to manage women in the literal sense of the word, confidently and with pleasure for her? If you are a…

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I'm old... I'm superstar!
Today we will talk about the so-called "old men". No, not the ones who - Hooray! - shock lasted to pension, and about those who for a long time not…

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Who needs Dating sites when there's dancing?
Dating sites have long ceased to be something unusual, strange or rare. There is hardly a person who at least at a short stage of life even if within a…

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