Beginning Dancers' Frequently Asked Questions

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I have heard some wise words from a very successful teacher who trained many good ballroom couples. Her idea was that beginners need to learn steps first, which help them acquire interest and keep them excited. Techniques will come later with the desire to dance the steps better. Lead and follow, especially body contact can also be emphasized later, start with learning directions individually as leader and follower will make the couple dance much easier.
 
I have heard some wise words from a very successful teacher who trained many good ballroom couples. Her idea was that beginners need to learn steps first, which help them acquire interest and keep them excited. Techniques will come later with the desire to dance the steps better. Lead and follow, especially body contact can also be emphasized later, start with learning directions individually as leader and follower will make the couple dance much easier.
That was exactly how it worked for me! I would have been overwhelmed if I had to think about being "right" when I started out. (OK, I still sometimes am!) But dancing should first and foremost be fun!
 

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We have a lot of threads that span the years. When commenting on a particular subject, we prefer to find a topic that touches on that subject and add to it, rather than start a new topic. Helps keep conversations a bit more organized.
 

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