Latin Club Dances
Latin Club Dances are dances you would find at a latin club. Go figure, Ha!
But for real, they are solcial dances found where Latin music is played. There is a wide range of them, all a delight to dance to.
More Cowbell.... Enough Said.
Salsa is one of the most popular social dances in the world. It is primarily danced to Latin music with Afro-Cuban rhythms. Salsa dancing has become so universally popular that there are Salsa nightclubs, lessons, and dancing in practically every major metropolitan city. Salsa music is characterized by its rolling and multi-layered rhythms. The dance is characterized by rolling hip motion and body movement, as well as numerous spin and turn patterns.
Danced in a hyper close, sexy embrace with legs entwining and hips grinding. Bachata is found in Latin clubs and Salsa clubs, or danced apart to syncopate their footwork.
The easiest dance to learn Merengue holds the hip action foundation for Bachata, Salsa, Mambo, and Cha Cha Cha.
What is better than the slow sensual hip grind of bachata, or the tantalizing close embrace and subtle seductive leads of Argentine tango.
Why BachaTango, of course.
The child of a love affair between Bachata and Argentine Tango, combining the embrace and leg actions of Argentine with the hips and rhythm of Bachata.
The "Forbidden Dance" Lambada considered a precursor to Zouk which became popular in the Latin dance scene worldwide in the early 2010’s.