where did ballroom dancing first start?

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Answered: Wide mens dance shoes

For the dancers wide shoes are good at starting step. You can get the dance shoes from the touch of Ireland.

Answered: I want to find places to learn ballroom dancing for seniors.

Once per month Norm Landrum hosts a Ballroom Dance in Lombard. It is open to the public and is just a wonderful time. Norm teaches regular people how to social dance and have a great time. You can learn more and dates/times for the dances at his website- www.Normsdancefamily.com . I guarantee ...

Answered: Ballroom Dancing

Watch this video for the fan step.

Answered: Is it hard to take up ballroom dancing?

I did it for the summer before I went off to college with Arthur Murray. It was NOT cheap and they really put on slick sales pressure to try to get you to buy annual and lifetime memberships and some people have dropped TENS of thousands with Arthur Murray. But it was one of the most unusual and ...

Answered: Explain Ballroom Dances to Children

There are books that will explain where are you located and also there are videos that are out I have quite a few telling how it started and where it all started if you are local I would see if I could help you more Chris

Answered: Dances that start whith o

Wikipedia lists Oberek (Poland), Odissi (India), Onei, Over/Under. There are also Odori (Japanese), Ondort (Turkey).
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London Dance Teacher Wanted: Latin and Ballroom style

I am not a dance teacher I just love to dance and I live in the US. Sorry

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This looks like a great place to get started. You can see the different lessons offered and choose the best program for yourself.

The Dance

I find it interesting that Ballroom dancing has made such a huge impact via "Dancing with the Stars". There was a time, not so long ago, when Arthur Murray and Fred Astaire dance studios and others couldn't make enough to stay in business. I am glad to see the resurrection of Ballroom dancing ...