|A smooth, progressive dance characterized by long, continuous flowing movements across the dance floor. It is danced to big band (usually vocal) music. Developed in the 1910s, the Foxtrot reached its height of popularity in the 1930s, and remains practiced today as one of the most social of all dances.|
|Danced in 3/4 time, the Waltz is known for rise and fall, and moves gracefully across the floor in a flowy manner. There are several variations of the Waltz, including ballroom variations such as the Slow and the Viennese waltz.|
|Ballroom tango has descended from the tango styles that developed when the tango first went abroad to Europe and North America, with staccato movements and the characteristic "head snaps".|
|A Latin dance, the Rumba was derived from the Cuban rhythm and dance called the bolero-son. It uses 4/4 time with box-like figures. Also known as "the dance of love".|
|Also of Cuban origin, the Cha-Cha was developed from the danzon-mambo and mostly noted by it's fast rhythmic music and the shuffling of the dancers' feet.|
|Danced mainly to rock and roll music, the East Coast Swing contains a triple-step and many turns. Known as one of the most fun of all the dances.|
We also teach minor dances such as West Coast Swing, Salsa, Nightclub Two-Step, and more!