The most obvious feature of rock and roll are its kicks (into thin air) and its acrobatical elements like lifts, jumps, throws and flips. Today’s rock and roll is a mere show and competition dance and – with the exception of its name – has nearly nothing in common with the former rock and roll movement. It is being danced in pairs or as formation dancing.
A party dance that is enjoyed socially. It involves showy variations and can be danced to disco music or most modern pop songs.
The Disco Rock is a fun partnership dance to disco music. Following a four step rhythm, the lady follows the man’s lead according to the rhythm of the music.
A sensual, sizzling romance, is by many considered the epitome of Latin dances.It is an ‘easier’ version of the Rumba called the ‘Box-‘ or ‘Square Rumba’, which simply has a different basic shape.
A popular club dance which evolved from different Latin music styles and Afro-jazz from Cuba and Puerto Rico. Characterized by subtle hip movements and intimate dance position. Salsa dance is a combination of different dance styles, just like the sauce, “salsa,” which is a delicious mixture of various ingredients
The national dance of the Dominican Republic. Perfect for beginners as it is very easy to learn. Just enjoy stepping into Latin beats, move your hips and express yourself to the music.
A style of dance that fuses the basic footwork pattern of Dominican bachata and Argentine tango movements. You can master it after learning the basic steps, rhythm and styles.
Social Cha Cha Cha
The Cha Cha Cha is a popular social dance characterized by the “cha-cha-cha” rhythm during the ‘chassé’ (side-close-side step).