Bachata QnA

What age do most men and women start Social Dancing and quit?

Answers User TijoWasik  There’s no start and quit. Are you talking about professionals? I know professionals who started in their pre-teens, in their teens, in their twenties, thirties and forties, some even later. Unless you’re talking about competing on the world stage, then there’s no limit to when you start. As for quitting… Well, that’s spoken …

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Is there a complete list of all Bachata moves that one can look up?

Question by User saihuang Answers User goatplantation  Check out Marius and Elena on YouTube. They have 100 common moves as a video series. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfj7AWsWpoR1AgxPI6VQ9wA User Enasakoma  Just to clarify, saying “a complete list of moves” in such a type of dance is a completely impossible statement. There are all kinds of moves, different couples create often …

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Beginner question… how to deal with forgetting stuff.

User johnny_h4wk This is extremely normal no matter how long you have been dancing for. I would guess a very small percentage actually remembers the moves and uses them all the time. The only way to get them into your body is repetition and practice 😊 which is where social dance events can come in …

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What is the difference between bachata dominicana and bachata sensual?

User andrewingram They’re basically at opposite ends of the spectrum as far as I see it. Dominican is the original dance (I make this claim lightly, because history is complicated, but it seems to be simpler than Salsa’s history), and very footwork-centric even in the partnerwork, Sensual is dominated by leading isolations, body waves, close …

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Which is easier to Learn – Salsa or Bachata ?

Answers User triplenoped  Bachata. Salsa is hard for first timers. Leading would be pretty hard for both, following is relatively easier. User double-you  Basic bachata demands zero fluid movement or even close dancing. Step, step, step, tap to the side and the same back the other way. One of the easiest basic steps apart from …

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I am Very bad at dancing with limited time – Can I do Salsa as a hobby?

Question by User hobbiez1 I’m interested in learning Salsa as a very casual hobby and would like to get to the point where I can go out to socials and do a basic dance without disappointing most of the follows. But I have 2 big concerns: 1) In the very limited time I’ve been dancing (not …

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