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Swing

First finding popularity in America in the 1930's and 1940's, Swing dancing was a defining character of the day.

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Waltz

Considered to be the "American Wedding Dance", the Waltz boasts it's popularity in the USA and all over the world. Call us today (904) 262-9709

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Does it take two to tango?

Known as an intimate dance for partners, the Tango is a sensual combination of elaborate footwork, tight embraces, and playful embellishments.

Two Step

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The two-step is a partner dance, consisting of a “leader” (traditionally a man) and a “follower” (traditionally a woman). The leader determines the movements and patterns of the pair as they move around the dance floor. It is a progressive dance that proceeds counterclockwise around the floor. The partners begin in closed position with the leader facing the line of dance. The follower stands facing the leader. In a traditional “frame” the leader places his/her right hand over his/her partner’s left shoulder. In the more contemporary styling, the frame is formed by placing the right hand under the follower’s arm, and on his/her back. In either case the leader holds the follower’s right hand in his/her left hand at about shoulder height.

Traditionally, Two Step includes three steps: a quick step, a quick step, and then a slow step. In modern times, this is also known as Texas Polka. It can be danced to music with either a 2/4 or 4/4 time signature.