Picking a partner for dance of any sort and level can feel like a daunting task. Whether it’s your first time picking a partner or finding a new partner after a long-term partner is no longer available then here are some key tips when doing so.
When dancing there are certain unspoken rules that apply to the dance floor in both professional, social, and class settings. These unspoken rules are unspoken because to most they’re so logical that they’d think only young children wouldn’t grasp them…They’d think wrong. There are a select few people, as in any hobby that involves social interaction, that have never quite grasped these simple concepts. One of these concepts is how someone’s person may exude an aroma so strong it gags everyone around them. Let’s dive into that topic
There’re certain universal expectations that go unspoken in everyday settings and group dance lessons are no different. However, unlike common place norms like picking after one’s self dance class norms aren’t always as obvious or taught. Here are some dose and don’ts group classes.
Just as there’re various shoes for everyday life, there’s various dance shoes for all styles of dance. In this instance we’re going to look at the shoe as a whole and not get into gender differences or dance style differences.
Afraid of looking foolish in front of others? Afraid of not "getting it?" Afraid of dipping your toe in the pool? So many people are intimidated at the thought of trying something new.
Whether you are a beginner or advanced dancer, we can all do well to remember proper dance etiquette. Don't ever forget the benefit of good manners!