Dances are body languages. Dancers communicate and converse through dance. In a partner dance, dancers who understand the same language will attempt to communicate and share a conversation with their partner on the dance floor. Connection is reached when the partners are able to communicate with each other seamlessly. This process may be difficult to reach because both partners must maintain their conversation using the music as the talking point, context and common reference.
We believe that it is very important for dancers to understand the history of the dance they like, so they can enrich the dance with musicality, express the instruments in the music, and bring the music into life. We encourage dancers to improve their skill levels through instruction and dance experiences. This will add more words to their dance language, improve their ability to dance with a variety of partners and to connect. The best dance experience is achieved through connections and should be a primary element in a partner dance. The key is connect to dance.