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Grace, Elegance, and Drama With Smooth Dances

Ballroom dancing is like any other activity. There are two sides to it. The one is hot, Latin, sassy, and loud; the other elegant and graceful but no less dramatic is Smooth. You may discover a new side to yourself – it did for me. 

You can read more about the dance video challenges at We'll give you some insight into their history and their essence to help you choose which one to try.


Waltz is often called "the mother of all dances", and for good reason. Waltz was popularized in 16th-century England when it was considered courageous and daring by the majority of society. It was considered unacceptable to dance together in an embrace. 

If done correctly, Waltz can give you the feeling of floating above the floorboards by spinning continuously around the floor. It's elegant and classy. It will make you look taller and more confident, no matter where you are from.


Quickstep was born out of the Foxtrot in the 1920s. It features hops, skips syncopations, and rotations as well as quick, playful action. It has similar music and feeling to the Foxtrot, but uses mostly Waltz patterns.

Quickstep is quick, (duh!) Full of energy and life. Quickstep is not a Ballroom dance. However, it does have elegance and grace. It's all about speed and having fun!


The ballroom version of Tango is passionate and moody. It is all about the love between couples. International Standard Tango is mainly a fight between jealousy and ego. American Tango is more about a love story. However, as with all love stories, there should be some fighting!

The amazing dance will allow you to express it!