Ballroom and Latin Rhythms

Ballroom dancing has been around for many years and it is not solely for the older generation. It comprises of Waltz, Quickstep, Foxtrot, Viennese Waltz and Tango all of which are easy to learn and fun to do.

WaltzThis is an elegant and graceful dance, that epitomizes romance and exudes grace.
Viennese WaltzA fast whirling and twirling dance that gets you all giddy.
QuickstepA lively, sweeping and exciting dance that is full of energy and is littered with fast footwork.
TangoA dance that is full of drama and controlled aggression and portrays a story through dramatic positions.
FoxtrotThis is a beautiful gliding dance that epitomises what ballroom dancing is all about. However it is a difficult dance to learn at first, but once grasped will become your firm favourite.

The Latin Rhythms generally originated in South America and are popular to do because of the infectious pulsating music. The Latin Rhythm comprises Cha Cha Cha, Paso Doble, Rumba, Samba, Salsa and Jive

Cha Cha ChaA fast, fun, rhythmic and cheeky dance.
RumbaA romantic, passionate and sensual slow dance.
JiveA fun, free and lively dance.
SambaThe carnival dance, lots of shaking and bouncing.
Paso DobleA dance depicting a bull fight with flamenco detail.
SalsaA hot and spicy, fast rhythmic dance.

It’s amazing the pleasure you will get from dancing together

Len Goodman Dance School