lessons in forms of dance explanation of all form of dance impacting man and woman and bringing people's mental and physical energy to the highest level and sensation
the dance of yesteryear, today and tomorrow. Expose yourself to this art-form. By contacting Panache Star Dance - exercise, energize and uplift your body and your spirit - your dazzling footwork, provocative moves and energy. Define your style. As couples you can learn and engage in five dances - Cha-Cha, Samba, Rumba, Paso Doble and Jive. All a form of seduction between man and woman. Form a couples club and learn these exquisite steps and form in dance with this you embrace a life of love and fantasy - your spirit an body is embraced by magnificent sexy clothes, accessories and flamboyance.
International Ballroom dancing no less spectacular than International Latin. The romance and fantasy of yesteryear brought to you in the 21st century. When one conjures an image of ballroom dancing, International Standard is the style that most often comes to mind: sweeping ball gowns, men in tails and formal, regal dancing. With steps that date back hundreds of years to the royal courts of Europe. five styles in a dances dances: Slow Waltz, Tango, Viennese Waltz, Foxtrot and Quickstep. Another form of seduction between man and woman - the sensation and experiences to take ones breath away.
The dances in the American Rhythm division consist of the Cha-Cha, Rumba, Swing, Bolero and Mambo. With the exception of swing, which started in America, these sultry dances originated in Africa and Cuba. The essential ingredient is the suggestive hip rotation, referred to as “Cuban motion.” This is the only division in which the mambo, bolero and swing are danced competitively.
Adapted in America from the traditional standard dances of Europe, American Smooth includes four dances that are also performed in the International Standard: Waltz, Tango, Foxtrot and Viennese Waltz. While the Standard dancers must remain in contact throughout, American Smooth couples are allowed to separate, and even perform solo moves, before rejoining. This “open hold” gives them more creative freedom and leads to a distinctly different kind of expression than is seen in the International Standard style
Cabaret is the riskiest and most theatrical of all the dance styles. The dancers defy the laws of physics with seemingly impossible lifts, spins and jumps. More than in any other division, the men in cabaret must be strong, and the women must be light, agile and very flexible. These dancers also need nerves of steel, because the moves can be quite dangerous. The best of these daredevils of the dance world craft routines with enough risk to keep the audience on the edge of their seats.