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
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
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, when students are asked why they never go to parties or other events, they usually say, “Well, I don’t think I’m ready.”
Going to parties is very important at any level of training!
Ready or not, first of all, to dance at parties should be the main purpose of training.
There’s no point in learning to dance if You don’t put it into practice. It’s like learning a foreign language, but not using it in everyday life – ultimately, You won’t learn it really well or, worse, forget it. Continue reading