If you are ready to consider advance Ballroom dance, take the time to have your goals written down. Proprieties your goals in a fashion which suits your needs best. Do you really have a need to learn the Viennese Waltz or the Quickstep? What are your favorite dances and where will you be using your dancing the most.
You see time is money and having a goal is extremely important. There are times when your teacher/coach will have suggestion’s to speed up your learning progress. How-ever the dances and the styles are your choice. I am assuming you have a few years of Ballroom dance experience and a good idea of the desired direction you seek.
Our discussion is about a dancer that is:
- Has a plan
- Time to commit
Most cases back tracking is needed, taking the time to fully understand and execute technical requirements. You would be amazed how much easier dancing becomes when using all the needed techniques. By the way techniques are not hard nor boring, you will find it to be the most valuable part of ballroom dancing.