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…

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15 TRUTHS ABOUT BEING A PROFESSIONAL DANCER
1. Dancing is difficult. No dancer has ever been successful based only on their innate talents. Dancers are artists and athletes. The world of dance today is akin to extreme…

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HOW TO SPEAK THE LANGUAGE OF THE PARTNER IN THE DANCE
Many people are familiar with the concept of the five languages of love, in which people Express their sympathy and affection (and who is not familiar, so we recommend to…

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THERE’S NO REASON NOT TO DANCE! I’LL TELL YOU)

For some time now, I have been nurturing the idea of ​​creating a rating of the most daring ideas with which people explain (primarily to themselves) their unwillingness to dance. Participate, send your ideas too! I am sure that if you have not tried dancing yet, then you can replenish the treasury of world wisdom!

1. I am wooden
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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 the official name of such a dance. It’s just that young people in Africa gathered for noisy parties, celebrated various major and minor events in their lives, had a good time and, of course, danced. In all this atmosphere of celebration and general fun, Kizomba was born – a sensual and vibrant, energetic and plastic African dance.

If you want to know about the roots of kizomba, different sources will tell you different things. Someone claims that Angola is the true birthplace of the dance, someone will name Cape Verde as the point of origin, and someone will send you to search for the origins in distant Sao Tome. Continue reading

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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THE ETIQUETTE OF SOCIAL DANCE (part 4)
Did your partner enjoy the dance? Dance partners of different levels It often happens when dancing partners of different levels. It is important that a more experienced partner adjust to…

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WHAT YOU NEED TO DO TO BECOME A GOOD DANCER?
According to the results of research in 95% of cases, natural talent does not determine who will become an expert in something. What follows from this? In order to learn…

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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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