Posted by Jan 30, 2014 in Blogs
Once you have made the decision to take dance lessons in order to make your first dance as husband and wife memorable, you next need to prepare for the lessons themselves. Sure, you can go in “blind” and ask your instructor for help on where to begin, but you will get the best results when…Read More Here!
Posted by Jan 16, 2014 in Blogs
Ballroom dance competitions generally call for a woman’s hair to be pulled back, up and out of her face. This allows the judges to see her whole body – neck and head movements and all – as well as not be distracted by hair that is loose and swinging around. Ballerina Bun A ballerina bun…Read More Here!
Posted by Dec 6, 2013 in Blogs
Dancing uses both major and minor muscle groups more so than other pastimes. To help prevent injury and prepare your body to pump oxygen-rich blood, it is important to warm up these muscle groups before waltzing in. Try these exercises to get the blood flowing and the body ready to go: The Lunge Forward lunges…Read More Here!
Posted by Aug 7, 2013 in Blogs
The waltz is one of the most classic dance styles. Its origins date back to the 19th century in England. At the time, the waltz was scandalous, because it required men and women to hold each other closely while they danced, which was frowned upon in proper English society. To compare this to something more…Read More Here!
Posted by Jul 24, 2013 in Blogs
Dancing is good for children. While there are some psychological components that go along with encouraging children to dance professionally or competitively (for example, in ballet), that has nothing to do with the fact that basic dance lessons are good for your children. Learning to dance at a young age can help improve self-esteem and…Read More Here!