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Salsa and Tango Dancing

by Jason

It's the latest hot dancing craze in many parts of the United States. It's a good workout. It's forbidden and sexy. It's tango and salsa dancing.

Tango dancing has been famous in super romantic scenes in movies such as Scent of a Woman and Tango. While it might take years of practice to get up to the dancing level of the professionals and body doubles seen on the screen, you and your boyfirend can find a way to sizzle on the dance floor too.

Tango dancing, which has many different styles and originated in South America, and salsa dancing, a less formal Latin dancing style that has many different schools of movement, have both become very common at dance clubs around the country. They are a good way to have a good time and start some romantic and sexual energy flowing between you and your partner. The problem is, the steps have to be learned, and that means convincing your boyfriend to get off the couch and go to a class where he might look foolish in front of other people while he does something
he's never done before.

The good news is, learning salsa, or tango dancing is really not all that hard. It is also not that expensive. Look on the web for salsa and tango dancing societies and web posting sites on the Internet. Most metropolitan areas have websites where you can find a class near you. Most classes have different skill levels from people who have never danced before to highly experienced dancers. A good teacher usually costs anywhere from $7 to $15 per lesson.

But how do you get your boyfriend into the class. The main key is to show him how much you want to learn, how important it is to you. Guys like being clobbered over the head with obvious hints on how they can make you real happy. Also, if you explain that nobody there really knows much about dancing, after five minutes of the class he won't feel self-concious anymore. Everybody in the class is in the same boat. My favorite style to learn is salsa rueda, which is sort of a Cuban form of square dancing. You learn various simple steps that involve such things as switching partners in a circle. The teacher calls out the names of the steps. It is an easy way to learn the basic steps of salsa dancing and the basics of rhythm and movement.

The main key is to find a class that goes slow. The learning is as much fun as the dancing, so you don't want to get into a class that feels too much like work. Another key is to not worry too much about the steps. The more important thing is using the learning of salsa or tango dancing to find your rhtyhm with your boyfriend. Find the way your body moves against his, how to look in each other eyes while your bodies move back and forth. Find the rhythm of where he puts his feet and where you put yours, and don't worry if you step on each other's feet. Laughing at your missteps is half of the fun. Find where you are comfortable putting your hands and where he is comfortable putting his hands on you so you two can move and still keep your balance.

The key, above all else, is to have fun together. Make it a romantic and sensual experience, even if it doesn't flow as well as the dancers in the movies. Two people who get into dancing together can forget the rest of the world exists. And isn't that romance, when the rest of the world dissolves except for each other's eyes and the rhythm of your feet.

 

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