I have always wanted to learn how to dance.
I would watch video clips of talented couples swaying onto a brightly lit dance floor, her in a dress shimmering and colourful, and him in a sleek black suit. They would strike a pose and smile, before reaching out to each other. As soon as their hands touched, the magic happened.
That activity, dance, which looked erratic and fun, but otherwise uncoordinated for everyone else that attempted it, became art when they moved. I had come across many talented dancers in my life in clubs and parties, but it took skill to dance well WITH someone else. … More My Journey into Dance
Every dancer tries to be the best dancer they can be. Whether they improve their rhythm, their technique, musicality, they strive to look great on the dance floor and be someone that is a pleasure to dance with. But not all people are wonderful dancers, and even with experience, it can be easy to make … More 12 Types of Dancers You Don’t Want to Be
This week I did a lesson in dancing Kuduro, which is a dance from Angola. So today I am sharing this article from Orijin Culture:
If you’ve gone to a club in any of the major metropolitan cities, chances are that you were dancing to the Don Omar’s “Danza Kuduro” jam. This song hit the pop charts and bill boards at #1 during 2010 and for good reason. … More Kuduro Dance