At someone point you will have the opportunity to dance. And let's face it. Unless you are physically disabled, anything other than taking the dance floor will come across as being shy, uninteresting and boring. I understand, You feel awkward. Have 2 left feet. Don't have the 20 years experience.
Listen, those are excuses and poor excuses at that. Dance is a language, and like a language you do not have to know every dip, flip, turn pattern, footwork trick, or technique to feel comfortable on the dance floor. This course is designed with structure to teach you principals of partner dancing so you're comfortable on the dance floor.
These principals: Connection, Style, Confidence, Musicality, Technique, and Movement applies to any type of partner dancing. And when you understand these principals, it makes understanding the different styles of partner dancing a lot easier.
Understand, You won't be auditioning for dancing with the stars. But you will be confidence enough and know enough about movement to never be afraid to walk on the dance floor again. In this course I'm going to show you specific ways to modify the movements you're already doing and use it on the dance floor.
We will explore 6 traits that all great partner dancers share:
- and Movement.
And give you a specific action steps to accomplish a specific goal. Such as:
- Being able to lead or follow anyone around the dance floor.
- Creating your own dance expression based off your personality.
- Knowing when to keep things simple and when to challenge your dance partner.
- Having a unique feel to your dancing even to the same song.
- Creating different layers and dynamics to your dancing in a lazy way.
- Changing your movements in 5 minutes to never be afraid to walk on the dance floor.
Each trait has a single obtainable goal, and list:
- Exactly what it is
- Why it is important
- How do you do it
- and What else you can do with it in your dancing.