Monthly Archives: February 2018
People who learn to dance naturally want to get as much out of their dance lessons as possible, but often do not clearly understand how to do it. In fact, the success of any student depends mainly on how he approaches his studies and uses the material. The fastest, most complete and effective progress will be the result of only a logical and structured approach to learning.
It is obvious that if the teacher and student do not have a clear understanding of the skills and abilities that need to be developed, then progress in learning will suffer. Set a goal and move towards it. Continue reading
In this article we will give You some advice on how to improve your dance following skills.
The biggest misconception is that you should not learn to follow and that if You are not led to some movement, it is completely the partner’s mistake. This may seem true only on the surface – the partner leads, and You just follow him… But in reality, even the most experienced partner will not be able to lead someone who does not know how to follow. Yes, a partner does a great job, but you should also do your part. Both the partner and the partner have an equal degree of responsibility in leading/following. Continue reading