Cha-Cha

CHA CHA The energetic rhythm of the Cha Cha encourages you to cut loose and let your personality show. History One of the most popular Latin dances in the U.S., the Cha Cha began as a variation of the Mambo called triple Mambo. It was so easy and so much …

Bolero

The romantic Bolero is the slowest of the Latin dances. It combines controlled movement with dramatic expression of the music. History The Bolero has the same Afro-Cuban roots as the Rumba and is thought to have originated from Cuban or Spanish folk dances such as Danzon and Beguine. Music The …

Cha Cha

Cha Cha

The energetic rhythm of the Cha Cha encourages you to cut loose and let your personality show. History One of the most …

Foxtrot

Fox Trot

The Fox Trot provides a good foundation for all dances and is often called the “get-acquainted” or “first impression” dance. History In …

Hustle

The Hustle gives us the fusion of Swing and Disco. History Discotheques with high quality sound systems and flashing lights became a …

Mambo

The wild exciting music and rhythmical body movements make the earthy Mambo irresistible. History In the 1940’s Americans became fascinated by Latin …

Merengue

Merengue is the simplest dance to learn. Its uncomplicated timing makes it easy to feel the music. History There are two schools …

Rumba

Rumba

The Rumba will sharpen your sense of rhythm, timing and muscular control. History The Rumba was at the beginning of the Cuban …

Swing

Swing

Perhaps the most uniquely American of all dances, the Swing brings forth a buoyant carefree movement. It’s one of the dances that …

VIENNESE WALTZ

From Strauss Waltzes and Tchaikovsky Ballets to music by contemporary artists, Viennese Waltz music has inspired people to dance for generations. History …