Who to invite
If each person will dance with only one or two partners (partners), the social orientation of the dance will be at risk. For this reason, social dance etiquette encourages everyone to dance with different partners. This should guarantee a variety of dance couples on the dance floor and give everyone the opportunity to dance. Also, dance etiquette does not recommend dancing with the same more than two dances in a row.
One of the ways to break this rule is when someone dances most of the party with someone they come with. In this case, the rules of etiquette are almost the same as traditional dinner parties: guests never sit at the table next to his wife. Continue reading
A Hindu proverb says, “The one who can’t dance puts the blame on the dance floor,” but let’s look at a situation where the dance floor is really uncomfortable!
If the dance floor is too slippery, You feel like a cow on the ice and are afraid to do something in order not to lose your balance. Of course, multiple spins look very impressive, but on a slippery floor You can not properly start them and finish too. And if the dance floor is too sticky, it’s hard to do anything quickly, and Your knees will eventually start to hurt.
Looking for the perfect dance floor is like chasing a Ghost, so most of the time we have to deal with not so perfect. Continue reading