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      Best Opportunities of Ballroom Dancing in Toronto

      If you are fond of ballroom dancing, you have all the possible opportunities to benefit from it right at hand. It doesn’t matter whether your aim is to light up your special event by hiring professionals or to master the secrets of ballroom dancing. Toronto has a diverse dancing culture, so you will be able to fulfill any aim you set in this field.

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      This elegant style will bring a bit of romance and grace to every event. Hips Don’t Lie Dance Co offers the best ballroom dancers that are skilled in any kinds of entertaining programs – from classic performances of any length to great shows with exquisite decorations and stunning hot black ballroom dancers in colorful costumes. The highly professional and coordinated performances by our team will surely capture your audience’s attention.

      Moreover, our young ballroom dancers can also work as brilliant instructors and provide your guests with an exciting experience, adding even more fun to the event. Under their careful guidance, all invited can get acquainted with the basic patterns of the beautiful waltz, stylish jive, and foxtrot or add some hot rhumba and cha-cha rhythms to the ballroom. The dancers of our company practice all popular American ballroom and Latin styles.

      Best Ballroom Dancing Classes for Everyone

      If you dream of mastering this graceful activity yourself – either for social purposes, for creative expression or even to become a professional ballroom dancer, you can benefit from attending classes by Hips Don’t Lie Dance Co.

      The main steps and patterns, leading and following techniques, essential routines and exercises are explained in a simple and comprehensive way so that your progress will be quick and easy as long as you put some time and effort into succeeding. Our attentive teachers will provide you with all the necessary hints on how to adjust the program to your personal needs.

      If you don’t have any previous experience and are wondering if it’s too late to begin, there’s no reason to worry. Different learning programs are designed to be suitable for all ages, backgrounds, levels, and purposes. You can start as a beginner with no experience and attend group, couple, or private lessons – whatever seems more effective and convenient for you.

      Here, you can get prepared for your first dance on a wedding day, organize a very special date for your significant other, spend a great evening with your friends or colleagues, make an outstanding proposal and much more.

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      Ballroom dancing is more than just a past time for the elderly. It is also beyond being the first dance of couples during their wedding day. This kind of dance has gained worldwide popularity to the point that it has become an international sporting event.

      The secret? It is a fresh and fun way to get moving so people can get rid of those unwanted toxins. There are others who treat it as a creative outlet for them to unleash their artistry. Those with zealous spirits also utilize this as a means of channeling their competitiveness. There are also numerous occasions when this is a mode of socialization and a form of strengthening bonds and relationships.

      Fostering Connections

      Dance is something common to all cultures. The movements may differ yet it is the same expression of feelings and imagination. Most of these dances happen during social gatherings and this is where ballroom dancing can trace its roots.

      The Middle Ages saw almost no difference between folk and ballroom dancing as these usually involve a number of individuals going in circles and lines as opposed to dancing with partners. This is because of the central hearth found in most rooms so people need to move around it. Dancers finally had more space and less movement restriction when the fireplaces and chimneys were placed at one side of the room.

      The Renaissance period saw the rise of formalized dancing in European royal courts. It was France that became the origin of numerous dance style at the time. In the late 18th to early 19th centuries, ballroom dancing came to life in England with dances like waltz being preformed by the elites during parties and balls. The waltz paved way for individual couples to move independently, which is an essential aspect of the modern-day ballroom dancing.

      By the late 19th to early 20th centuries, middle class men began attending gatherings held in public dance halls. It was in the early 1920s that ballroom dancing began to boom, with an organization called Ballroom Branch of the Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing established in 1924.

      Basics of Ballroom Dancing

      Ballroom dancing is all about executing dances coming from various backgrounds which have special aesthetics, techniques, tempos, and rhythms. They may all appear very different yet they are the same expression of feelings, emotions, and thoughts. These dances may have stricter motion because they have limited body movement and range of steps. But these are still one of the best ways to convey feelings of joy, pain, and love between a couple.

      Performing this dance requires two individuals who are usually a man and a woman. It begins with the pair in closed hold position where they hold each other as they face at least approximately toward each other. The position means either body support or contact. The position necessitates that they are strictly in contact in five different points consisting of three hand contact, one chest contact, and one elbow contact.

      The first hand contact happens when the male performer’s left hand holds the female performer’s right hand. The second is when the female performer’s left hand rests on top of the male performer’s right upper arm. In tango, however, the female dancer’s left hand rests behind the male dancer’s arm and not on top of it. The third one takes place when the male’s right hand goes under the left shoulder-blade of the female’s back.

      The fourth one occurs when the female’s left elbow rests on the male’s right elbow and both their arms are in a horizontal line. With the female’s arm comfortably resting, she is then able to follow the male’s lead. This particular move gives the couple the bearing of a royalty, which is an important factor in ballroom dances given that they are performed in the royal courts.

      Finally, the last point of contact is when the partners’ right chests touch together. The closeness of the position gives almost no room between them so they appear to be intimately facing each other. This adds to the romantic of the dance.  

      Ballroom dancing these days involve 10 dances which include the standard five dances and the five international Latin dances.

      The Standard Five Dances

      There are standard five dances in ballroom dancing. These are the tango, Viennese waltz, modern waltz, foxtrot, and quickstep.


      This type of ballroom dance is currently enjoyed by millions of people from around the globe. It is a playful style made more vibrant by the dancers’ rich expressions and step improvisation. The one thing required in this dance is the burning passion and deep connection between its performers.

      The core of this dance is all about the leader and the follower. The leader tightly holds the follower as the former gives openings on what to do. It is up to the follower how to respond. The result is a dance of improvisation. Another essential element of tango is the attire as this adds to the visual impact of the performance. The female dancers most notably exudes elegance and sexuality as they don revealing outfits and high heels

      Viennese and modern waltz

      The waltz was originally danced by peasants in Germany in the 13th century, with steps filled with glides, rolls, and turns. Viennese waltz is performed at a tempo of around 180 beats per minute involving limited range of figures. These include Hesitations, Change Steps, Hovers, Natural and Reverse Turns, Passing Changes, Pivots, Fleckerls, and the Contracheck.

      Fabulous costumes is an integral part of the dance. The floating, smooth and spinning motions of the dances favors full, circular skirts as they add flair and fullness to the movements. The hems should also have that theatrical knack.


      The foxtrot is a ballroom dance that is characterized as simple, romantic, and beautiful. The movements is composed of walking steps and side steps which combines slow and quick steps. Thus, the footwork is generally “slow, slow, quick, quick” or “slow, quick, quick”. It must be danced very smoothly so there should be no unnecessary jerking of the body. It may be tagged as simple yet it is more challenging than all the other styles so one has to have a mastery of the quickstep and waltz first before delving into this type of dance.

      The foxtrot is performed to a big band swing-style music although it can be danced to most types of music. For this dance, the first and third beats are strongly accented compared to the second and fourth beats. It is usually danced to music written in 4/4 time while the tempo is about 120 to 136 beats per minute.


      Dancers of the quick step are energetic and appear extremely light on their feet as they perform an elegant, glamorous and smooth dance. If the performers are doing the dance the way it should be, they will look as if they barely touch the floor. The upper body is extremely straight and strong as the entire routine is performed to give it an airy and light appearance.

      This dance if full of joy so people enjoy to watch and practice it. This type of ballroom dance follows the 4/4 time pattern. It has slow and quick steps with the slow parts done on the heel  and the quick parts done on the balls of the feet.

      The Five International Latin Dances

      In the DanceSport, the five typical internatoinal Latin dances that are included in the competition are rumba, samba, paso doble, cha-cha-cha, and jive. Each of them have their own distinct steps, and judges are very particular about the technical components.

      However, each Latin dance also requires a corresponding expression, hand movements, energy, and passion. At its core, dancing is telling a story.

      Jive originated in the US but it has heavy African-American influence just like most Latin dances, in fact. The dance has a very fast tempo because in competitions, the standard beats per minute reach 176. Although it’s reduced up to 128 beats per minute for those who are just taking up the dance.

      So if the dance started in the US, why is it lumped in DanceSport, along with the other dances that originated in Latin America?  The answer is not clear but it was in 1968 when jive was adopted into Latin Dance.

      Latin dance requires a lot of sensual expressions and movements, even down to the clothes they wear which hint at something more. But the trick is not to be overtly sexual. Although samba and rumba seem to have similar movements, there’s actually no predetermined way you should move across the dance floor.

      If you want to learn more about the different standard and international Latin dances, Hips Don’t Lie has professional dancers who can teach all the steps to novices and enthusiasts alike. We believe that anybody can dance like a pro with the right training and instruction. We will break down each step, and you will learn a bit of history, too, to appreciate more each expression, gesture, and movement.


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