Learn how to tahitian dance

Learn How to Dance Ori Tahiti - Level 1 | Laura Iniesta Ruiz


1. Introduction: Hi, my name is loading means that I'm a whole landlord. He dancer. I haven't won several competitions and I'm level ones are defined by the French Polynesia console.log. In this video, I will teach you the basic women's tapes, movements, poster for art that he would their Conservatoire technique. Also, I will explain to you how you can improve your dens and De Ju, basic gory, the heat, the history, and the meaning of each dance that we are going to review and learn from the start. The racing women's dips, some real the hate the words and do yoga, heat the directions for arms or legs posture. At the end of the lesson, you will be able to dance the basic women stapes. Good, good posture. For the lesson project. We will review everything of each class. Remember, if you have doubts along the cursed, decompose them in a comment section and I will answer them. Let's begin. 2. What is Ori Tahiti?: What is the heat heating missing? The Hessian or Rio Tahiti Dance of the Haiti, which is an artistic expression and it was done through oral tradition. The region of Arlotta heat is unknown, but it is believed it came from the Miao He native people. It was a cultural, religious, and artistic important expression for demo here. But in the 18 hundreds, the first colonizers from England and France prohibited these cultural expression. Aretha HE D has been modified through time. First, the meaning of it was religious. Later it at both to be part of festivities, then it became profane and not accepted. The day has evolved and reborn to be the dance at Golder, I'll expression we know the most common dances in Aretha Hadi out there. And look, there is a fast dense that can be performed in group or soul. The APA edema is in comparison with the UK. There are Mars low dense. Also, it can be performed in group parcel. Nowadays, the French bolding Misha Conservatoire is in charge of creating and collecting guidelines for the audit diabetes depths, performance of this steps and all the Tahitian cultural traditions and expressions or into Haiti is practiced in different countries. But we can say that most dancers are from the French Polynesia, United States, depth and makes it go inference. 3. How to tie a pareu?: How did they, the party, the party who is a piece of fabric, women used to convert their buddies. Also, it is used to practice already underperforming competitions as a soloist, learning or group. The first but echoes of the ancient, the Haitians were made of the A-A-B-A, a garment tighter around the waist, made of all Bart vapor mulberry bark that usually dropped to the nice and wind Douglas. Later with the western influence, women adapted the Baraboo. So econ look more like a western dress. First, choose your party and make sure it is from a soft Don theme fabric, like Ryan fabric. At the beginning, it is easy to lift up the Burnet who was You are going forward, you can change it to a carton party. Rough your Barrio and place it around your hips. You are going to join together different by D And with the backbone, the nth. I'm doing it on my left side, but you can do it on your right side as well. Decide you feel most comfortable with grabbed the fabric near your hips, front and back them with the fabric. Like do bunny ears. One in the front, one in the back. With the bunny ears, you have to tie a knot and make sure it is dilute enough on your hip and make another to secure. The lower end of the Badiou must be at the level of your niece or one named above your niece. Remember, you are going to be dancing and the body must be in the right place. 4. Warming Up: Warming up. Before we start the lesson, you have to warm up your entire body. This is helpful to avoid. Aiming jury will be more flexible during your ends practice. Everybody works differently. So I will just give you some tips that I found very helpful to warm up my buddy. First, begin with your head and make you can continue with your shoulders, arms, and greased. As audit that he has a lot of abdominal movement. We shall continue to warm up our core. Later would proceed to warm up our hips by stretching them. If you haven't been inactive, it is possible this will hurt a little. Then we proceed to warm up our feet. Nice. Uncles and theists. They weren't well, will be more focused on every part of your links. Also, you can do is quite sign eula, everything your body meets the warm up. 5. Posture Ori Tahiti: Once our bodies warm up, we're going to begin with the dance posture. It is important to give your back straight without sloshing it. When you have a good bust your your dense movements, underrepresentation in any type of dense looks better. First, you are going to Doug your belly in by doing this bad, automatically strain it's up. Also, you need to give your shoulder blades dug. I'm squeezed allele against each other. And your chin must be parallel with the floor. Your feet must be two fingers apart from each other so that your hip moment can be more controlled. M bigger, and now you have to flex your nice allele a bit like this. In the future lessons, this will be referred to as body posture. All day already dances and use this posture as we move to different directions, they RE posture maintains the same. The only thing that changes are the arms and the artist tips. I will mention some arm posture. So you can be more related when I mentioned them in the future. That are, well, first, we begin with that other means to decide. So our arms must do that. We maintain our already posture. Now, our arms changed to be wide open to the sites. It is important not to stretch your arms. They must be in a relaxed position, but firm enough so that our back doesn't becomes lousy. Arms must farm a little triangle between the wrist, elbow, and shoulder. When that teacher, or in the next lessons, you'll hear the word dab. It means open your arms in this position. It is referred to put their hands on your hips. This is more iras position while teachers are giving you instructions or when waiting for your turn to dance in an exam or in a competition. Also, it is used when you are learning artists depths, and you need to focus on your hip movement first. Without there can be different enough body mass and they are in your hands must be open, like rubbing your hips. In. Your hands must be interfaced. Now, list dark with the directions of audience dips. 6. Dance Directions: There are ships. This DEP, unarmed directions we are going to learn are the following. Means front means go to the entire ward, means go forward. So when a teacher, or in these course, you hear anymore, your hands and your artist dips are going to move to different, maintaining your already posterior. Your arms must be in front of you and your palms facing to the floor. Remember to give the ORE posture and move forward. In Modi. Modi means with our previous example of anymore and the meaning of a weekend understanding tire word would go backwards. The position of your arms are now bent while your hands are a little above your chest, and your palms are facing to the floor. At tau. The next direction for moving while doing artist depths east, a tile, which means right, when you are denting Audi and teachers are giving good instructions of where you need to move. And they say a tau, you have to dance to direct. Your arms will be moving as well. They indicate which way you are moving. So if you are moving at Dow, your right-hand needs delete, which means it is facing data java on your bump phases to defer while your left arm is going to rise with your palm facing to the front. We then next direction for a moving well doing RDS depths 0s, which means left. When you are dancing already and teachers are giving you extractions of where do you need to move? And they say, You have to dance to the left. Your arms are going to move like when we do a tau. But now the left arm leads, which means your left arm now is facing data with your palm facing to the floor. At your right arm rises with your bomb facing to the front. Emea, NEA means up. But when we put an e in the beginning of it means go upwards. We will rise our arms. Would the palms to the front. And now our repost your changes. We go up on our defocus. It is difficult because you have to give your balance. But if you took your belly, it can be easily accomplished. Eat out of Plateau means down. With our previous example. You know that they eat in the beginning refers to the movement. So eat ADL means go down. For dip direction. We are going to both our arms in Java, doc, our beeline straight in our BEC, on flicks our nice to grow. This can be tricky because you will tend to raise your butt on your ankles. Try to avoid that. Instead. Tried to keep it out a little above them, like this. Also, it could be allele, difficult to keep your balance. But if human thing you're barely duct and your back straight, it will be easier to accomplish disposition. 7. Basic Ori Steps: Basics Davis. Now that we know the directions of how we can thence, we need to know the basic 4S depths and their meaning. This is tapes are fundamental to learn how to dense RD. And now we're combining posterior farms. Back, legs and feet. In most RE choreographies, solos are not body map. These steps are widely used. 8. Tamau : First, we will begin with thermo, which means learn. We are going to move our hips and feet left and right. When our heap moves through their rights are word left ankle rises. When our hips move the left. Our writes, Uncle Rice's. Also, we need to do these without moving our guard em back with our Hanson thought they F, with legs our nice to get the movement big enough so it can be executed better. Montagnier or a poster. First, we are moving to the right and then to the left is low first. So our body can get used to the movement. Now, let's do it faster. But with our hands in. Remembered, that gives your nice flakes on your RE posture, right? With our hands Indaba, let's speed up our tomato. Maintain your posture. Now, we're going to move away and let go. Remember, when we move to the right, I left the arms change. Meaning if we are moving to the left, our left arm stays Indaba under right arm rises. It works the same when we are going to the right. First, we are moving out though. Maintaining your OD poster. It's easy when you just drag your feet. The movement looks more neat. Continue moving your hips right and lift. Your arms are the only thing that changes when we are dancing in different directions. And now we are moving how we remember to change your left arm, the data over and raise your right hand. A group. Let's proceed now with an embodied. We'd get there early posterior. But again, the arms change when we go to the front with blood farmers to different as they are leading us to now for could've front with their arms extended. Good. Returned to your original place. Follow the same instructions to embodied. Work backwards and change your arms and put them in there just with the palms facing down. Excellent. Now you know how to make a demo. 9. Tamau Piti: And the amount we now that we note them out, them out BD or dhamma Tama would be easy to learn. Beat the means do times. So the amount b Div means learn to at times. We are going to move our shapes did times, each site as we did with demo. With their hands felt there with flex our nice to get the movement make enough so it can be executed but maintain your posture. First, we're moving DID times to the right and then to the left as lowly first. So our buddy can get used to the movement. Now, let's do it faster, whether with our hands in data. Remember to give your nice flags on your artery posterior right? With our hands him that our led to speed up our demo BD. Mundane, you're already posterior. Now we are going to move our UI and adult. Remember, we move to the right or to the left. The arms change, meaning we are moving to the left, our left arm spacing data on the right arm rises. It works the same one. We are going to the right. First. We are moving out though. Maintaining your posterior. It's easy when you just drag their feet. Their movement looks more neat. Continue moving your heaps. Ride the lift. Your arms are the only thing that changes the way we are dancing in different directions. Now, we are moving. I always remembered that changed her left arm to a riser right down. But let's proceed now with anymore and we could get already foster the arms page. When we'd go to the front. As we put our arms to the frog, as they are leading us. Now close to their front. Will your arms extended? The good? Return to your original place? Lets your arms in front of you. Now move your hips to the right and to the less. Follow the same instructions. Still, Imodium works backwards and change your arms and put them in your chest with advanced facing down. Excellent. Now you know how to make them out to people. 10. Tumami: Umami. Umami doesn't have a meaning per se, but it represents the fertility movement of the woman. Then movement of the Higgs change these die instead of going site to site. Now it moves like a circle. Focus on your hips in the Bible, like trying to read your head with them. Do mommy must be executed this lowly amino circular movement. Imaging no circle around your hips, every part of your heaps must Dutch that imaginary circle without moving your core shoulders. Then move may has to be consciously done. It became sing your back heap. Imagine you are driving to reach your head with your hips. Then when your hips move to the right, you need to squeeze your right Waste. Later when you are moving this circle to the front, dug your belief and imaging, you are trying to reach your phase with your hip. And finally, when the circle moves to the left, you have to squeeze your left the waste in every part of the circle, remember to use your waste. Full obliques and maps is strength. That movement has to be done both ways, left and right. Also maintaining your already bust you allow these divs will help you achieve better results in the execution of RDA steps. Now, we are moving at tau. Would this is Leon boaster changes. When we are moving to the right, the right arm arises and the left arm stays in data. The movement of the circle has to because that, and remember, it begins, eat your buck. Return to your original place. Now we move to the left, taking what we gave them without style. As an example, we are going to lift up our left arm and the right arm spacing there. But they're mostly in of the circle has to be constant. And remember, it begins in their back. Return to your original place. Now we have to move inland and everybody has to be constant while we walk into the front to the vacuum. Also, the arms wanting the same posture in these directions. So we'll lift up both of our work doing Timothy. First, it will return to your urban development. Now, when most of Imodium. Excellent. Now you know how to do it too, Mommy. 11. Fa'arapu: Baraboo means blend or steer. It's the principal and faster variation of the umami. In the soloist competitions, this step often determines which dancer is better and if she's in a good or East Under the shape of the Baraboo is like when the coin is about the heat, the flow. And this has to be performed wide and fast. They are apple begins in the belly, knots like that, umami, which begins in the buck. You can make them her ARPU to the right or to the left, whichever is easier for you. But always begin it in your belly. Let's do it slowly at first. And after that, we're going to proceed doing it faster. For beginners, it could be a little difficult doing it quite fast and with the correct shape. But as we proceed with the course, it will be easier for you. Let me know in the comments. If you want an exclusive for Arab, Of course. Let's begin practicing their movements slowly. As you can see, when the movement is located in the belly, goes up like you want the Dutcher phase with their beliefs. Then go to the left side and the waste is squeezes. When it moves to the back of the hip, goes up Australian to dodge your head with their buttocks. And finally, when it goes to the right, the waste is squeezes. Now let's try this circular movement adding work we'd just have learned. Imagine a circle around your hip. First, the belly is quiz. Then with your happiness, your color movement and move it to the left and squeezed her left waste. After these, make this circular movement with your hip am facet on the back trying to reach your head with your hip. Finally, we proceed the make the circular movement on bus it to their right is squeezing the right side of your waste. Now that we are more conscious about the movement, we are going to make it slow and continues. Now, we are going to make it faster. Remember, you have to maintain your posture. Very good. Now, you know how to make fire. 12. Ue Ue: This step is only executed on your buttocks. And it also can be confused with Ferrara UW because the Ferrara underway are circular movements. But the difference is there for Adafruit is done with the abdomen, hips. And there were when it's done with only your hips and buttocks. I'm only going to mention this movement for now because it is more important than your learn how to do that for arable and not get confused with the way in other courses. Or we'll teach you how to execute it. 13. Fa'aruru: Means shake. I'm, as they may mentioned, the execution of this step is just that to shape. Also, it is the easiest step I'm going to teach you in this course. First, you are going to stamps and then you are going to shake your niece as your Garfield. Your buttocks are going to shake with this movement. Don't worry. That is the correct execution of the step. Great. Now, you know how to For R22. 14. Tei Tamau: They eat means distinct, and you have to perform it on your tiptoes. Like when we'll learn how to do. This step must be done with other basic steps, like the Mau, Mau PD for what we are going to learn first, that eat them up. In the next course, I will teach you how to eat for. First, you stand on both of your tip dose. Tried to keep your balance by taking your belly and restricting your buttocks and Mender, nice Alito, EVE achieved these. It will be easier to achieve the width for UX and demo without falling down. We're going to begin by keeping the position of the heat. Ten seconds without mobile our hips. Great. And another ten seconds. When you're practicing on your own, do this exercise to instrumenting your tos. Now, we proceed with the IEP demo. First is timing the techie position. Hold it for five seconds and start moving your hips like doing TM out. The position of the arms is Indaba. This help us maintain our balance. First would be moving our hips to the right and then to the left as lowly first so we don't lose our balance. Keep in mind to maintain the already posture. Now we speed up our technique them up. But then you're already posterior. Great. Let's speed up our debt. Ida, mom, maintain your body posture. Perfect. Now you know how to keep them up. 15. Afata: Alpha. Alpha means books. And as the name says, the movement of our hips has to be like a box. First we must bring our books, our own, our hips, so we can perform this step easier. Then with our hands out there and maintaining our RA posture, we begin to move our heaps to their friend right corner of our imaginary books. Then we move our heaps to the back right corner of our imaginary bucks. Later, we move our have's through the back left corner of our imaginary bucks. Come finally, we move our heaps, do the front left corner of our imaginary bucks. As you can see, our heaps and move only to the corners of the box. This is because the movement could be more appreciated these way. This can be done with your arms into Java and with a dao, we more Morte, Dido and NEA directions. However, DCS for more experienced dancers, don't worry, we will get there. 16. Final Thoughts: Final thoughts. Remember, brac does escape in every skill you're learning. More practice equals better results in the future. I will leave it evolve the course does songs and also I Spotify lists. So you come back these with the songs on your own. Thanks for giving me the chance to teach you how to dance party and keep Nancy.

Tahitian Dance - Authentic Dance — London School of Hula and 'Ori

What Is The Difference Between Tahitian Dance And Hula?

Tahitian dance is called ‘Ori Tahiti and Hawaiian dance is called Hula.

Many people mistake the Tahitian dance, ‘Ori Tahiti, for Hawaiian dance, Hula, or assume they are both the same style, but each of these dances are from different Polynesian islands and have their own identities.

Both 'Ori Tahiti and Hula were a vital part of life in ancient times and were present in religious ceremonies and rituals, social gatherings and celebrations, and everyday life. Prior to the arrival of written word, song and dance were used by the people to pass down information about their history and traditions. Every dance contains knowledge and information presented as story.

There are many different types of dances within 'Ori Tahiti and Hula. At LSHO, we focus on the Tahitian styles of 'ōte'a and 'aparima and the Hawaiian styles of Hula Kahiko and Hula 'auana.

At the London School of Hula and ‘Ori, we provide authentic Tahitian dance, or ‘Ori Tahiti as well as Hawaiian Hula classes to students who are interested in and passionate about these traditional and contemporary Polynesian dances and with our teachers and guest teachers guiding you during dance classes and workshops, you will quickly learn the differences between the two dances and how to perform each of them correctly.

The Types Of Tahitian Dance

There are different types of dances in Tahitian culture. These dances have different movements and presentations, but each one has a rich history behind it and is an important aspect of Tahitian culture. At LSHO we mainly focus on the ‘ōte’a and the ‘aparima.

‘Ōte’a: A Tahitian Traditional Dance

This is the most recognisable dance with male and female dancers powerful movement to the beating of the drums.

The 'Aparima: Where the Hands Tell the Story

The 'aparima tends to be slower more graceful movements, set to stringed instruments with the performers’ hands telling a story.

The recognisable Tahitian dance, the ʻōteʻa, is fast-paced and accompanied by the lively beating of drums– typically the tariparau, the fa’atete , and the to’ere drums– and the female movements incorporate the unmistakable fa'arapu, which is the quick rotation of the hips. Because it is energetic by nature, people see this dance as a great way to boost their physical fitness.
If you want to stay in shape by doing an exciting and aerobic exercise, we at the London School of Hula and ‘Ori highly recommend taking up our Tahitian dance classes!

On the other hand, the Hula dance can be more graceful and gentle. While engaging the use of hips, the focus is on the arm gestures, each with their own meaning, reflecting the chants and songs that accompany the dance. Hula can either be slow or fast, depending on the accompanying music, but even the faster Hula are not typically as fast as the Tahitian ʻōteʻa. However, this does not mean that you won’t get a great workout by dancing the Hula! The exercise style of the Hula is a deep workout. In our Hula dance classes, you will experience a meditative and soulful experience that focuses on maintaining physical, mental, and emotional health.

The Types Of Hawaiian Dance

Hula 'Auana

Hula 'Auana is the contemporary style of Hula and is often graceful, soothing, and emotive.

Hula Kahiko

Hula Kahiko is the ancient style of dance. It can be very dynamic and powerful.

The History Of Tahitian And Hula Dance

Here at London School of Hula and ‘Ori, we will teach you some of the important events that happened in Polynesian history. Knowing a dance’s history is important as it deepens your connection to the dance’s culture and makes for a more connected presentation.

Nowadays, anyone in the United Kingdom and beyond can learn how to perform Polynesian dances online just by registering for Hula and Tahitian dance classes London you can sign up for a foundation course in our Tahitian dance school.

Our comprehensive classes and workshops can provide you with an in-depth understanding of Tahitian and Hawaiian history, tradition, and culture, as well as improve your storytelling, performance, technique and fitness as a dancer.

If you want to learn how to dance Tahitian (‘Ori Tahiti) and Hawaiian (Hula) dances, get in touch with us and join our exciting and fun classes!

If you are interested in taking up Tahitian dance lessons, we are a group of enthusiastic and experienced Tahitian dance practitioners who can teach you everything from basic to complex dances.

If you’re interested in learning these dances, you can call us via 02080580450. For written enquiries, you may send us an email at [email protected]. One of our friendly representatives will be happy to accommodate you!

FAQ: 'Ori Tahiti & Hula

What is Polynesian dancing?

Polynesia is a subregion of Oceania, made up of more than 1,000 islands scattered over the central and southern Pacific Ocean. The indigenous people who inhabit the islands of Polynesia are termed Polynesians, sharing many similar traits including language family, culture, and beliefs. Within Polynesia and its many islands, there are many different styles of dance and, though they are loosely related, they all have their own identities. Here at London School of Hula and 'Ori, we practice dances from Hawai'i (Hula) and Tahiti ('Ori).

Though a commonly used term, 'Polynesian dance' is a bit of a misnomer as the dances of Polynesia are incredibly varied. Polynesia is a subregion of Oceania, made up of more than 1,000 islands scattered over the central and southern Pacific Ocean. Within Polynesia and its many islands, there are many different styles of dance. Though they are loosely related, they are all very different with their own identities. Here at London School of Hula and 'Ori, we practice dances from Hawai'i (Hula) and Tahiti ('Ori).

What is the purpose of Tahitian dance?

Song and dance were a vital part of religious ceremonies and rituals, warrior training, social celebrations, and everyday life.
'Singing and dancing were synonymous with festivities, as in modern times, and joyous performances were given during heiva. Traditionally dance was performed as a group and it’s interesting to note that in western society dance is more often performed in couples. Dance was a part of any type of social event that brought people together: welcomings, send offs, marking a particular honor, or just for fun.'
Words by Manouche Lehartel 
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This is a unique dance that has become important to the people of Tahiti and symbolised their way of life. If you want to attend Tahitian dance courses or are interested in traditional presentations, feel free to get in touch with us.

What is Tahitian dance called?

The modern name for Tahitian dance is 'Ori Tahiti. It comes from the islands of Tahiti but is commonly mistaken for Hula, which originates from the Hawaiian islands.

Both dances are performed by men and women alike and represent activities and emotions of everyday life.

During our video classes, you can learn Tahitian dance online as well as Hula dance online.

What do Tahitian dancers wear?

When performing the Tahitian dance, 'Ori Tahiti, costumes are an essential part of the storytelling. Each part of the costume contains meaning and relates to the overall story and performance. Costumes are often made with shredded purau bark and include a long more skirt or fabric pāreu. The female top can be made of leaves and flowers, coconut shells, or cloth, while the men are typically bare-chested with a loincloth maro.

Why do Hawaiians dance the Hula?

Ancient Hawaiians performed Hula dance for religious purposes, warrior training, honoring monarchs, and at social events. Today, the dance is more commonly performed by Polynesian show experts to entertain and educate.

What do you wear to a Hula class?

Students who attend Hula classes and cultural presentation lessons usually wear a close-fitting tank top or T-shirt with pa'u skirt. You can purchase a pa'u skirt through our website, or make your own– there are many tutorials online. It is also acceptable to wear a pāreu or a sarong, or anything comfortable to move in, if you do not own a pa'u skirt.

Is Hula dancing good exercise?

Hula has a slow and relaxing nature that resonates with many dancer's souls. It is a deep, meditative exercise and it can ease the strain on the joints.

Hula dance at a recreational level is considered a low to medium impact exercise. It is great for strengthening your back, hips, abs, and legs.

Our classes are great for all ages, all fitness levels, all abilities and all who want to dance!

What are the important elements of Hula?

Hula dance was a way to document the Polynesians’ historical events and lifestyle before written language. Through the Hula, various stories and themes about mythology, creation, everyday life, and more were conveyed.

We could write so much about this, but join us in class to learn more!

Latin American dances: why should you learn them?

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Millions of people around the world love Latin dance and admire the way people move. Many have ever dreamed of learning how to dance them!

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Latin dances vary and are unique to different regions such as South and Central America and the Caribbean. Each dance has its own unique story, so the only thing that each of the dance styles has in common is the ability to hook audiences and dancers alike.

Here is a list of the most popular dances you will find today in Latin America:

  • Salsa
  • Bachata
  • Meringue
  • Cha-cha-cha
  • Argentine Tango
  • Samba
  • Mambo
  • Rumba

If you think that learning these dances is too difficult or impossible for your figure, then you will see that it is not. Because Latin American dances can be both professional and social, when people dance not for competition, but for their own pleasure and health. By enrolling in dance courses for beginners in Moscow, you will learn how to dance, both for yourself and for your professional career. nine0005


  1. Latin American dances: 3 amazing advantages
  2. Health benefits
  3. Physical and mental advantages

Latin American dances: 3 amazing advantages

So, what is the Latin dance?

First, it is clear that this type of dance takes its name from the name of the place of its origin - Latin America. It should be noted that there are 2 different types of Latin American dances: these are ethnic and international. The second type evolved from the first, becoming more professional, beautiful and a little commercialized, which only gave it an additional charm. nine0005

International Latin dance is the type you see all over the world today in dance schools, ballroom dancing competitions, TV shows and concerts.


Many people desire to practice Latin dance not only because it is beautiful, but also as a way to get the physical and mental health benefits of participating in a dance program. Not to mention the extraordinarily fun atmosphere that dancing creates for the participants. nine0005

When we talk about social dancing, we mean participation that relieves any stress and pressure, is a way to have fun and connect with others. At the same time, at competitions in Latin American dances, the level of heat is no less than in sports.


The ideal rhythms of latin dance in general can reduce feelings of stress and thus increase energy levels in people of all ages.

The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute found that social dancing can reduce the risk of heart disease, lower blood pressure, and help people control their weight. Therefore, it is not surprising that Latin American dances have become such a mass phenomenon in the modern world. nine0005

If you think about the effect that dancing has on your brain, you might be surprised to learn that it increases the flow of blood and oxygen to the brain.

The social part of dancing can lead to less stress and feelings of loneliness, which is an ever growing problem in today's technologically advanced world. Social dancing associated with partnerships can help alleviate depression.

In addition, memorizing dance steps helps keep your brain active, helping it develop and stay resilient to absorb new information and improve memory. nine0005

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Learn to dance latin at home: is it possible?

Latin American dances have long been in fashion, and probably will never go out of it, becoming an integral, original part of the dance culture and the world's dance heritage. nine0073 Almost every girl and every young man (although, unfortunately, there are fewer young people who are fond of dancing than girls), having once seen an energetic, bewitching Latin American dance, they cannot get rid of the thought that they would also like to dance also clearly and quickly , also gracefully move on the dance floor, also easily and charmingly perform the most difficult movements, and, in the end, also charmingly smile! In general, Latin American dance rarely leaves anyone indifferent! But it is not always possible to study dance art: sometimes busyness interferes, sometimes restraining personal circumstances, and sometimes fear that it will not work out. And with each of these problems you can fight a little, and still - dance! nine0073

Nowadays you can easily find dance learning tips on YouTube. This could help you take the first step: learn the basic steps, understand the nature of the movements in a particular Latin American dance - overcome uncertainty and doubts. Learning to dance latin by watching videos on YouTube is, of course, difficult, because only a teacher in a dance class will be able to approach you, give advice, correct mistakes, support. But the desire to learn how to dance Latin from the tutorial will help you in obtaining basic information on dancing the Latin American program. nine0005

In order to learn how to dance latin at home, you need to choose at least two days a week, one hour a day, when you will dance. Be sure to use a mirror. To begin with, watch the video you have chosen for training several times, orient yourself in space: how the teacher’s right leg moves on the screen, how the left one moves, how the right hand moves, how the left one moves, how the body moves (what inclinations are made during the movement, whether dancer right-left or forward-backward). Then try to repeat the movements made by the teacher several times. Remember them. And then go to the mirror. Looking at the movements of your body, remembering the movements of the teacher from the video, try to perform the movements in the same manner.

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