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October 27, 2020

Dances We Teach – Foxtrot

History: The dance was premiered in 1914, quickly catching the eye of the husband and wife duo Vernon and Irene Castle, who lent the dance its signature grace and style. The origin of the name of the dance is unclear, although one theory is that it took its name from its popularizer, the vaudeville actor Harry Fox. Two sources, Vernon Castle and dance teacher Betty Lee, credit African American dancers as the source of the foxtrot as it was being […]
August 12, 2020
National Dance Clubs Health & Wellness

Ballroom Dance is Good for the Body & Soul

Right now more than ever people are seeking fitness, stress relief, healing, and connection to bring back a sense of balance. In our current circumstances, we all need relief from the feeling of being cooped up, stress of the unknown, lack of exercise, lack of social connection, and the emotional strain of isolation. What most people do not know is that you can find the solution to all of these issues through one activity. Ballroom and social dance provides all of that and more, […]