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Salsa | Merengue | Cha-Cha | East Coast Swing/Hustle
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Rumba | Bolero | Waltz | Tango |
 

Salsa

A very energetic Latin dance.  Lots of fun, complete with spins, sharp movement, and crisp turns.  Very popular in Latin clubs along with merengue.  Styles varies depending on where you are from. 

Costa Rican salsa in general goes side to side but LA style for example goes forward and backwards. This dance is also similar to Mambo. A great dance to learn if you want to break into the latin club scene not only in Atlanta but all over the U.S.

Merengue

Here's a fast Latin dance that never slows down. Very easy to learn and I often refer to this dance as the “marching with style”. It's the most popular dance at most Latin clubs along with Salsa.

Cha-Cha

Yet another Latin dance with a wide variety of music from which to choose from. A lot of the music that you hear on the radio from Christina Aguilera, Santana etc. 

You can dance cha cha to, as well as most of the popular club mixes and even some country music make for good Cha-Cha.

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East Coast Swing/Hustle

This is the most versatile of all the dances from 50s Rock and Roll, Big Band, Rhythm and Blues and a variety of today’s music. Lots of spins, very fun.  Easy to learn an will definitely get your feet moving!!

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Rumba

A moderately slow Latin dance with plenty of wraps, under arm turns and a truck load of flirtation.  Often called the dance of love, you can Rumba to a wide variety of music from Tito Puente to Jimmy Buffet.

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Bolero

The slowest of the Latin dances.  Passion pouring out of every step, Bolero is a dance with bravado.  The moves are long and sweeping and the Latin style is stretched to the limit.  Powerfully suggestive. If this dance doesn’t stir your blood nothing will!!

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Waltz

Waltz continuous to be one of the most romantic and elegant dances of all times.  With long sweeping movements constant rotating with stylish poses; the Waltz definitely commands attention on the dance floor.

It takes a bit more effort to learn at first compare to other dances, but the patience really pays off. At first you have to learn to navigate through the dance floor without bumping into other dancers.

After you get past the basics of the movements; the patterns becomes easier to grasp and you will be gliding smoothly through the dance floor in no time.

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Tango

There are several different styles of Tango.  The three most popular are American, International, and Argentine. Both American and International travel around the ballroom following the line of dance. Tango is a stylish, sexy and very popular dance!

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