Why Men and Women Ballroom Dance?

This article is for the women who don’t understand why their men are so shy about taking dance lessons. It’s for the men who get...

Ballroom Turns And Dizziness

Spinning on the ballroom are like drinks at the bar: one or two feel great, but too many and you might take a hard...

Back-Leading: What is it, and How Leaders Deal With It

Back-leading is likely the single biggest challenge leaders can expect from their partners on the dance floor, simply because it’s so difficult for followers...

10 Murphy’s Laws of Ballroom Dance

Commonly, Murphy's Law is referred to adages, with a base statement of "Anything That Can Go Wrong, Will Go Wrong". Since, The Law is...

5 Reasons Why One Dance Teacher Isn’t Enough

A certain female dance coach I know once warned me: ‘don’t just take lessons from female teachers, or you’ll end up dancing like a...

How Social Dances Help Your Competitive Technique

Social dancing has long suffered from a ‘lazy dancing’ stigma, lacking technique and precision. Many dancers I’ve talked to consider the thought of dancing...

The ‘Levels’ of Dancer

If you’re like me, you love seeing those tangible indications that your dancing is noticeably better then it was before. This concept of ‘levelling...

5 Reasons Why You Should NOT Date Your Dance Instructor

The other day I mentioned some ideas why it's a HORRIBLE, VERY BAD, NO GOOD IDEA to date your dance partner. That goes TRIPLE for...

Back-Leading: 6 Ways Followers Avoid It

We talked previously about how leader’s can deal with back-leading: the bad habit in which followers attempt to wrest control from their leader, either...
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6 Points For Great Social Dance Experience

Some dancers only dance socially. Many competitive dancers dance socially as well. Even competitive dancers who rarely dance socially, may dance with different partners...
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