Dances at Absolute Dance
- Foxtrot: The foxtrot is one of the most popular dances as it can be danced to slow, medium and fast tempos. Characterized by the ease of movement and smooth style, foxtrot is one of the easiest dances to learn for any social function. Foxtrot provides a good foundation for all dances, and when danced to fast tempos it is very similar to a Two-step.
- Slow Waltz: The slow Waltz is one of the oldest and most beautiful ballroom dances today. Characterized by the elegant Rise and Fall movement throughout, its no wonder most wedding couples choose this dance for their opening dance.
- Ballroom Tango: The intimate and dramatic tango is always a favorite on the dance floor. With quick staccato action and intriquet footwork, Tango will always make you look like a professional on the dance floor.
- Quickstep: Popular with good dancers everywhere, the lively and energetic quickstep is always fun to dance. Characterized by “light and shady”movements. Quick light footwork paint a beautiful picture on the floor.
- Viennese Waltz: The Viennese waltz is a fast waltz danced with lots of turns and graceful movements. An elegant dance always enjoyed by all.
- Paso Doble: The true exhibitionist dance danced with dramatic style. This dance is an interpretation of the bullfighter and his cape. The lady being the cape, shows strength and flow in all movements. Together they move with passion and pois
- Rumba: The rumba always being a favorite is the most romantic dance of all the Latin’s. With the Cuban style introduced here, this dance will surely help all the Latin’s to look and feel sexy. Also known as the “Lovers Dance” the rumba is also another favorite for weddings.
- Samba: The samba is a very energetic and lively Brazilian dance. The flexibility and the rolling action of the body make the samba a fun and animated dance to enjoy.
- Cha-Cha: The very popular cha-cha is a dance that everyone wants to dance. The exiting variations and combinations of steps make this dance so fascinating and interesting to watch. The cha-cha encourages you to really let loose and have fun.
- Mambo/Salsa: Cuban rhythm with lots of style is the best way to describe the mambo and Salsa. Also known as the “Dirty Dancing” dance, people enjoy dancing Mambo/Salsa on their night out on the town. Salsa however has an extra flair to the dance.
- Bolero: This is a slow, romantic and sensual dance. Bolero has many techniques and styles that are present in the other dances, thus incorporating Cuban motion, passion and expression all in one. A must for couples.
- East coast Swing: Being the most fun, happy and playful dance, the swing is definitely a party favorite. East coast swing can be danced in different timings, thus allowing you to dance on a variety of music. Always having a relaxed feel here, it is easy to learn the different leads and movements of this dance.
- West Coast Swing: This dance is not danced in a circular movement like the east coast swing, rather in a slot or straight up and down movement. The “push pull” feel of this dance shows how the lady flirts with her man and then pushes him away making a love story unfold on the dance floor.
- Boogey: This is a fun, easy to learn dance filled with lots of turns and hand changes. Hip action and upbeat feel make this dance exciting to do. Derived from the east coast swing, the boogey is an easier and more relaxed version of our party favorite.
- Loopdans: Loopdans is truly South African. It is also known as a “sokkie” dance and is danced at all functions by the majority of people. Although not as sophisticated and controlled as the ballroom dances, loopdans is relaxed, easy and fun to do. With some variations you will soon make an ordinary dance look extraordinary.
- Boerewals: A fast waltz danced with light footwork and a strong lead, the boerewals is a Viennese Waltz danced to our South African “Boeremusic” a must for weddings and langarm dances.
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