Hey everybody! I started international ballroom about 2 months ago and I have done American for about 4 years. I am 15 years old and I am struggling in my 2.5 inch Capezio Stellas. I am looking for a 2 inch latin dance sandal similar to the Capezio Ashelys and or the Stellas as well as a Standard shoe. Can you give me any recommendations?
Side Note: Which brand is better for latin shoes? Bloch or Capezio? and are Alma Danza, Flamingo and DSOL good brands?
A quick Google search revealed at least 2 studios in the Sudbury, Ontario area that specifically indicate they teach ballroom. Most studios have some kind of introductory program for couples or singles. If I were you I would pick one and try it out.
Try these links and see what they have to offer. Feel free to return here and ask questions.
This is me, but I'm on vacation, on my laptop and my password isn't saved. Thanks Myra for thinking of me, but I wear a 14 so that wouldn't work. I am working with another poster and we're hopeful that dress will fit.
È muito possivel se dançar um samba lindo com os básicos do samba, é muito fácil. Não é preciso se inventar coisas fora samba, como este.
Não entendo o motivo de fazerem isto, Alguém pode explicar??
Alguém quiser aprender algo sobre samba pode conversar comigo. Damos um jeito de você aprender, esteja onde estiver.
Whisks Posted by vanusamiranda 4/26/2016 9:49:00 AM
Toda dança tem uma postura.
A do samba nunca teve essa e munto menos este balanço, desta forma. Ele t, na verdade nen tem balanço, o movimento é do quadril para baico. O balanço do corpo é um outro passo a seguir pelos dançarinos feras que já dominam muito bem do assunto.
Quando queremos aprender um ritmo procuramos sua origem. Porque que no samba é diferente. Vejo videos em que em a música é qualquer tipo de samba.
Nestas aulas de samba também não consigo identificar nenhum passo de samba. São tão simples, regras básicas fáceis de identificar e diferenciar. E a apartir do samba também se segue as outras danças brasileiras.
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I do have a back-up, but one of the members here has been a wonderful and found a dress that may work. Good for you finding something, at a novice level we can get away with some other styles, but I'd love to have a true ballroom dress. What style was yours? Short or long? I'll be doing fox trot, waltz and tango so would like floor length.