When it comes to my favorite hobby, and not just a hobby, but already a way of life, of course, the least I want to focus on unpleasant moments. But I will. Because people who are just starting to dance or barely started and have already got burned, should know the truth and be able to separate the actual dance and unscrupulous people who these dances – I can not find another word – trade. After all, everyone has the right to deal with the best side of dancing.
At the very beginning of my dance career, I studied dance resources on the Internet with great interest – both in my city and in other cities and countries Continue reading
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
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