The Social Foxtrot This is considered to be the easiest of the Ballroom Dances to learn and can be danced to almost any piece of 4 beat music. It is commonly used for Wedding Dances, is one of the first ballroom dances taught. It is a great way of building confidence and learning something that makes you feel like you can go out on the floor right away. You will learn the basic steps, how to negotiate the corners and then add some turns and promenade walks to make your dance more interesting and look more elaborate. The video below is a short demonstration of the Social Foxtrot. It is our first attempt at publishing a demonstration video. It is far from perfect but I hope it will help beginners to follow the steps. Please share and follow our YouTube Channel for more videos coming soon.
Are you looking for something to do in the week? Why not try something fun, interesting, challenging and good excersise to boot. Try our Ballroom and Latin American Dance Classes. Come along to our Dance School in Sandy Conservative Club on Tuesday evening from 7:30 to 9:30pm. Learn dances such as Social Foxtrot, Waltz, Quickstep, Jive, Cha Cha and Rumba among others in a fun and friendly environment. Complete beginners welcome as well as accomplished dancers looking to improve their dancing. Let experienced Dance Teachers and Demonstrators guide you every step of the way. Become profficient and confident enough to attend any social dance event and dance the night away in style. Become the envy of the dance floor. See our web site for more information. Or comment on this Blog Post for more information. See you on the dance floor soon.