Waltz is probably the most graceful and elegant of the ballroom dances. Perfect for almost any social occasion, not just weddings. Waltz is characterized by a lovely rise and fall action, and rotational movement across the dance floor. It's fluid and gentle. Definitely a romantic dance. Learning waltz is not as difficult as most people believe. The basic step is called a box-step and is a foundation of the dance. It's quite simple.
Waltz Steps For Beginners Waltz is one of the most beautiful and elegant dances there is. It's not just perfect for weddings, but for almost any social occasion. If you want to learn to waltz, I have some good news for you. It's not as difficult as many people think. Waltz has been around for centuries and clearly stood the test of time. When you see a couple moving gracefully across the dance floor, you understand why. If you're new to ballroom dancing, waltz is definitely a good place to start. So, let's get started... Waltz Steps The basic waltz step is called a box-step. It consists of six steps and is called a box-step because, if you would connect the sequence of these six steps on the floor, you would get something that resembles a box or a square. This forms the foundation of the dance. When learning, a box-step is usually divided into two parts - a forward half box and a backward half box. Each half box occupies three steps. A forward half box is a step forward, a step to the side, and a step to close the feet together. A backward half box is the same only that the first step is backwards. The leader always begins with his left foot and the follower always begins with her right foot. Typically the gentleman leads and the lady follows. Waltz is danced in a closed position. Waltz Steps For Beginners Basic Waltz Steps - Gentleman Here are the basic waltz steps for men: 1. Left foot forward 2. Right foot side 3. Left foot close 4. Right foot back 5. Left foot side 6. Right foot close Waltz Steps For Beginners Basic Waltz Steps – Lady And here are the basic steps for the lady: 1. Right foot back 2. Left foot side 3. Right foot close 4. Left foot forward 5. Right foot side 6. Left foot close Waltz Steps For Beginners
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