Partner Connection in Ballroom Dancing

partner connection in ballroom

Ballroom dancing is about two people moving together beautifully in time to the music. Doing this requires both partners to have an understanding of how they must position their bodies in space.

There are a variety of different holds and positions in the Ballroom dances. These include Closed Hold, Promenade Position, Outside Partner Position and Wing Position.

In this half-hour video, we explore all of those different holds in detail, offering insights and exercises to help you understand what makes those positions work and how to maximize your ability to dance fluidly as a couple.

Chapters are set to help you quickly jump to each section for rapid access.

Main Features

  • Designed with raw beginners in mind
  • Expert instruction for rapid learning
  • Two professional instructors
  • Detailed explanation of common mistakes to avoid
  • Learn the difference between different connection types
  • Understanding of foot and body alignments and why

Who is this course suited for?

  • Anyone learning for the very first time, with no dance experience
  • Those who have danced, maybe even for years, but with no formal training
  • Those who want more insight or need a refresher

You’ll learn about Closed Hold, Promenade Position, Outside Partner Position and Wing Position. For each hold type, we explore the critical issues and how to avoid common mistakes.

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Connection in the Ballroom Dances
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In this half-hour video, we explore all of those different holds in detail, offering insights and exercises to help you understand what makes those positions work and how to maximize your ability to dance fluidly as a couple.

You can learn this dance with any shoes, or even in stocking feet if you like. We don't recommend shoes with soft rubber (crepe style) soles, as they can stick to the floor making it hard to move. But running shoes with hard rubber soles can often work okay.
You'll need a partner to dance any of the ballroom dances, but you don't need one to learn the dance through this video program. We show you the holds from both the man's and lady's perspectives, so you can learn without a partner.

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Video: 30 minutes
Level: Beginner

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