Salsa dancing guy - who is he? (part 1)
Today I would like to try to write a psychological portrait of a typical (?) Guy practicing salsa for a while. More precisely, not even a portrait, but a rough…

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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.…

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ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE ETIQUETTE OF SOCIAL DANCE (part 1)
People come to social dance parties for leisure to enjoy the dance. For dancing man nothing compares with the elegant and harmonious sensations of dancing to beautiful music with a…

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Hidden motives of novice dancers

It is believed that first of all people are enrolled in dance schools to meet new people, to diversify leisure time, to get in shape. Well, and learn to dance, of course. But they can be moved by completely different reasons, the existence of which man himself does not always guess, and when the hidden goal is achieved, the person either leaves the dance or already consciously develops in this direction and sets himself other goals.

What are these motives?

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MEN DON’T DANCE?!

Myths about paired dances (for men).

Once I believed in these myths, as many have already stepped through this “pen” guys who are afraid to even think about dancing as less serious lesson for men… After all, most of the others, among which most likely You believe that…

1. “Men don’t dance.”
This is a huge and bloated, having nothing under a stereotype that men often (with a touch of humor) cover their fears of dancing and the weaker sex, with whom they really want to, but are afraid to dance. Continue reading

ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE ETIQUETTE OF SOCIAL DANCE (part 1)

People come to social dance parties for leisure to enjoy the dance. For dancing man nothing compares with the elegant and harmonious sensations of dancing to beautiful music with a wonderful partner (partner).

But anyone who comes to social dances notices that not everyone is having a good time. While some sit out many dances, others are constantly in demand. These lucky dancers seem to not only have a great time, they also convey their joy and energy to others. In these people there is something that goes against the pretty appearance and the ability to dance. How do they do that? What are the personal qualities, habits and skills that lead to success on the social dance floor? This article explores the answers to these questions. Continue reading

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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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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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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ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE ETIQUETTE OF SOCIAL DANCE (part 4)
Look inside When all is said and done, Your joy of social dancing depends more on You than on anyone else. If You are determined to have a good time…

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