*Salsa - Salsa is a club dance version of the Mambo with a more chilled night club feel.
*Cha Cha Cha
- Cha Cha music is cheeky, upbeat and playful, making this dance one of the most popular in the Latin dance family. A definite ‘hip’ dance.
- The soft music of the Rumba makes It a sensual and seductive dance; the ultimate dance of love.
- The vibrating Samba rhythms originated in the carnival of Brazil. This dance has enjoyed a revival with the popularity of Ricky Martin, Shakira, and other Latin music stars.
- A Marching dance, the Paso Doble is a representation of the bullfight, with the man as the matador and the lady the cape.
- Originally a folk dance from Austria and Germany, the Waltz has evolved into one of the most popular ballroom dances of all time. It has 3 beats to the bar and is danced to elegant and soft classical music.
- Without a doubt, the most popular and versatile of the classic ballroom dances yet the hardest to learn, the Foxtrot originated in America in 1914. Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers eat your heart out.
- The passionate Tango has originated in Argentina and enjoyed renewed popularity in recent years after being danced by Al Pacino in "Scent of a Woman", Arnold Schwarzenegger in "True Lies", and Richard Gere and Jennifer Lopez in "Shall We Dance".
- The lilting music and fast tempo of the Viennese Waltz make it one of the most beautiful and physically demanding of the traditional ballroom dances.
- A child of the jazz era, the Quickstep is characterized by bright, happy music, a light-hearted mood.
- The Jive is a fast dance which originated in North America and is characterized by kicks and flicks of the feet, and is a bright and energetic dance.
- ls a partner dance that developed over the last century in Argentinas capital city – Buenos Aires. It is very different to the ballroom tango. Argentine Tango is an improvisational social dance that allows the dancers to develop a deep connection between themselves and the music. Forms of Argentine tango are the Milonga, Tango Neuvo and Neo-Tango.