There are four types of lead in ballroom dancing. Some are more challenging than others. This article explores them in more detail.
We dance because we love the energy and feeling of dance as an activity. But how do we use it to tell a story?
Dancing can be both a source of joy in a marriage, and a source of frustration. Here are some tips to help keep things in perspective.
As the world slowly returns to dance activity, what lessons have we learned from the pandemic and how will we use that time to do things differently?
Insights from a lecture by Donnie Burns, assisted by Gaynor Fairweather, in which he discusses the value of authenticity through basic elements of Latin American dancing.
Ballroom dancing consists of teams of two people, moving together to music. Here are some common dance partnership mistakes that people make, and how to solve them.
Ballroom dances consist of two partners moving as one to music. For the bodies to move as one, we must solve many issues caused by four legs.
According to leadership consultants SSCA, there are six distinctive personality types. Understanding them can help dancers practice more effectively.
Here are a few important concepts that we regularly share with men to make them more aware of how they can be more successful partners. And in the process, how they can become magnets for the ladies on the dance floor.