Saturday, October 15, 2016

LAGS

Latest And Greatest Syndrome:
It exists in all dancing and much of it for the good of the dancers and the dance. However, for the Social Dancer it may not be beneficial. If you just want to enjoy an evening with friends and moving to some of your favorite tunes you are a social dancer. And you are probably familiar with most basic movements that are in most of the dances world wide.

"Most dancers are about as happy as they make up their minds to be."


There are over 600 documented steps in Cha Cha Cha. Over half of them are unleadable step variations that do not apply to any discipline, either American, International or Country. They must be learned and practiced long and diligently with a special partner for a theatrical presentation or exhibition. These are not necessary to be a good universal dancer. Most of us can do well to avoid them!

"I Will Dance For You" by Willie K


Many experienced dancers go through several stages to get where they are comfortable. As beginners in the "Bronze" level, they look forward to doing the Intermediate moves in Silver. When they get to the Silver level they aspire to get into the advanced in the Gold level. Many take special training to get into exhibition and competition dancing. However the more they learn the more they can see the value of going back to basics.

"Yes, dancers do know, that the best wines you drink,
are the ones you drink with friends." 

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