Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Cha Cha – Cha Cha Dance Cont…

Cha Cha Action

To dance Cha Cha like professionals, dancers must master “Cuban motion,” the characteristic Latin body action. Cuban motion is simply a distinctive way in which the hips move up and down. The hip movements come mainly from alternately bending and straightening the knees…as one knee bends (or straightens), the same hip drops (raises).
The basic components of the Cha Cha are triple steps and rock steps. Quick, small steps must be maintained throughout the dance. The distinctive movements of the hips result from the constant bending and straightening of the knees. Dancers must synchronize each movement as they dance parallel to one another.
Distinctive Cha Cha Steps
Because the Cha Cha is very similar to the Rumba and Mambo, several steps coincide with the steps of these dances. The main difference between the dances is that the “slow” steps of the Rumba and the Mambo are replaced with a triple step in the Cha Cha.
Cha Cha, Rumba or Mambo, it doesn’t matter here at The Dance Shoe Depot.com as we have everything you need to start ballroom dancing. We pride ourselves on excellent customer service and caring the most comfortable dance shoes out there!
C1620 Leopard Leather

Happy Dancing!

No comments:

Post a Comment