On Rhythm Units for Ballroom Dancing Tip

How to combine elements like walks, triples and breaks into patterns in the ballroom dances like cha cha and rumba. Brandon Detty and Pattie Wells demonstrate how a single rhythm is replaced by a triple rhythm in movements like cross body leads, cross overs and under arms turns when dancing the cha cha versus the rumba.

2017-04-08T21:26:39+00:00By |Categories: Dance Technique Videos|

About the Author:

Currently, Pattie produces article and video blogs for her world dance website, DanceTime.com and blogs for her new writing resource website at PattieWells.com. She is also working on completing a linked stories novel and translating a book of Italian poetry by Eugenio Montale. Pattie writes web content for a limited number of clients and still teaches a few private dance lessons exclusively in San Diego, California where she currently resides.

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