Cha Cha Cha
Belongs to the Cuban family of Latin American dances which includes Rumba and Mambo
The pattern and structure are similar but with a major difference – the Cha Cha Cha action!
Its cheeky and catchy rhythm make it one of the best loved Latin American dances
Samba conjures up the Carnival atmosphere and spirit of party Latin America
The shrill whistles in the music call you to the Carnival
The dance displays the strength and confidence of the male Latin lover whose passion tempts his partner to become lost in the intensity of the rhythm. She remains coy while teasing and toying with the man as she lures and then rejects his advances
Jive is easy to learn, sociable, fun, and can be danced to pretty much any music that isn’t a waltz. It’s also an excellent form of exercise. Swing Jive is one of the most popular and exciting form of dancing. And why not? It’s fun, cool, improvisational, and very convenient on a jam-packed floor. Swing Jive dancers are easy to spot – just look for the couples having the most fun.
This dance has stood the test of time to become an integral part of the dance scene of the day Starting with the Lindy Hop in the 1920’s, the Jitterbug and Boogie Woogie in the 1930’s, Swing in the 1940’s, Rock’n’Roll in the 1950’s, the International style in the 1960’s and continuing with CeRoc in the 1980’s each style reflected the mood of the era to make it a favourite in the ballroom and at any party at any time at any place
On the European continent and South America this is a popular social dance