Remember that it helps build your skill to dance with dancers of all different levels from beginner to advanced. Only the most selfish of dancers will always want to dance with someone more advanced. Dancing with someone less advanced depends on your skill to help make it work and will develop that independent [...]
Archive for the ‘Etiquette’ Category
The following is meant as a guideline and by no means a set of iron-clad “rules”. It is intended to give an idea of how to
help make you a popular dance partner, the event you attend successful and hopefully help avoid an unnecessary embarrassing or uncomfortable situation.
As in any social situation politeness is the name [...]