Our mission is to promote an interest in ballroom dancing , to create a physical and social environment that encourages people to participate actively in Ballroom dancing as a competitive Sport as a recreational and social activity, and as a performing art.
In dance classes, children develop grace and their own unique style. An ideal sport and recreational activity is a combination of art and sports.
Dance is the rhythmic movement of the body, usually in harmony with the music and in a limited space with the aim of expressing ideas or emotions, releasing energy, or simply enjoying the movement itself. Dance seems to be one of the oldest arts, and it is present in virtually every culture in the world. Dance motifs can be a ritual, ceremonial, liturgical, magical, theatrical, social, aesthetic…
In dance classes, children develop grace and their own unique style. An ideal sport and recreational activity is a combination of art and sports.read more
Dance is the rhythmic movement of the body, usually in harmony with the music and in a limited space with the aim of expressing ideas or emotions, releasing energy, or simply enjoying the movement itself. Dance seems to be one of the oldest arts, and it is present in virtually every culture in the world. Dance motifs can be a ritual, ceremonial, liturgical, magical, theatrical, social, aesthetic…read more
Quickstep is a modern dance, it can be called the “dance of joy”, because its main figures are quite simple, and the tempo of the music and the mood of the dance seems to be inviting to a carefree interpretation of its bright rhythm. Beginners will see how easy it is to learn its basic steps and how simply they fit the music. The advanced dancer will discover that the music lends itself to an infinite variety of steps.Quickstep dancers are energetic and fast while appearing extremely light on their feet. It should appear that the feet of the dancers barely touch the ground.read more
Some sources say Slow Foxtrot was named by a vaudeville performer Harry Fox in 1914. According to others, the name of the Foxtrot dance, which means “fox walk”, “fox’s trot” was given for a special style and manner of performance. Since only foxes supposedly have an unusual gait among animals when the legs are put in one line (next to the next).read more
What is Viennese Waltz? This dance style differs from the Slow Waltz mainly in its speed: it is twice faster! The Viennese Waltz is a rotary dance where the dancers are constantly turning either right or left. The rapid whirling of a Viennese waltz requires a complete mutual understanding from the couple. Movement in a Viennese waltz should be performed smoothly and with grace, despite the swiftness of circling.read more
Tango is a Ballroom Dance that branched away from its original Argentine roots by allowing European, American, Hollywood, and competitive influences into the style. Modern tango is significantly different from the original and authentic Argentine tango. Already in the early 30s of the last century, tango changed so much, adapting to dance competitions and performing at dance parties, that it actually turned into a completely different dance — sharp, earthy, and dramatic, with exaggerated head movements being inherent in the rigid tango style.read more
English Waltz is all about gliding in a lively or conspicuous manner. It is soft, tight turns in long strides, smooth rises, and falls. Graceful and elegant, Waltz dancers glide around the floor almost effortlessly. At 28-30 measures per minute, the expressive quality of the music often invites very powerful and dynamic movement from dancers. The name of the dance comes from the German word "Walzer", which means spinning, turning. The basis of the waltz is the smooth, continuous circling of the couple with simultaneous movement around the dance hall. As a dance, a slow waltz can be danced not in a close position, which gives performers more freedom, improvisation, especially in solo turns and backs. Waltz is often chosen by newlywed couples for their Wedding celebration, which threw friends and parents into delight, amazement, and awe.read more