Waltz - Ballroom & folk dancing in 3/4 time, performed primarily
in closed partner position.
Foxtrot - America's number one ballroom dance built around
Tango - Staccato style ballroom dance with fluid movements
derived from Argentina.
Viennese Waltz - The original form of waltz consisting of turns
& change steps.
Cha Cha - Began as a variation of the mambo; an energetic dance with a steady beat.
Rumba - Cuban motion is one of the most important elements of
this romantic rhythm dance.
East Coast Swing - A carefree American style fast dance for fun
& easy social dancing.
Bolero - This sensual dance requiring Cuban motion with rise
& fall as in waltz.
Mambo - The flavor of the dance is contained in the translation of the word "mambo" which means "shake or say it." Components include rock steps, side steps, and foot styling.
Merengue - Walking steps and side (chasse) steps are the basic components of merengue. Introduced as a marching dance with festive party appeal.
Samba - This national dance of Brazil has a pulsating action giving a lively Latin feel.
West Coast Swing - A distinctive elastic looking dance allowing partners to improvise steps.
Nightclub 2 Step - Smooth, slow, sexy dance for night club intimacy.
Salsa - Fusion of Cuban & American dancing allowing freedom of expression & feeling.
Bachata - Originally from the Dominican Republic danced with a lively hip action and intricate footwork.
Kizomba - Is a dance and music that was created in Angola in the early l980's, which was born out of Zouk music. The style of Kizomba emphasizes a very smooth way of dancing with influences of Tango steps, but one of the main differences is that the lower body, the hip, does forward/backwards and circle movements.
Brazilian Zouk - A sensual Brazilian dance using various body leads and contact improvisation.
Hustle - A popular night club dance originating from the 1970's fusing swing & disco.