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The Samba

The Samba

The Samba is thought to have Brazillian origins. This dance was popularised in the 1940s.

Most steps are danced with a slight downward or dropping action. This action is created by the bending and straightening of the knees.

The Hustle

The Hustle

The Hustle is usually the favourite dance of many of our beginner students and always fills the dance floor at our usual monthly socials.

Catch up Dance Workshops to look forward to

Catch up Dance Workshops to look forward to

We are nearing the end of April and some 5 weeks into this national lockdown. We trust all our students are all doing well and keeping yourselves busy, particularly with your dance practice. We would like to THANK everyone for your generosity in continuing to pay your...

Dance Teacher Highlight – Ryan Da Silva

Dance Teacher Highlight – Ryan Da Silva

If you’ve attended one of the many enjoyable dance socials at Dancemore Studios, you’ve probably joined in on a fun line dance led by Ryan. His engaging, energetic lead and compelling choreography always makes for a highlight of the evening. Ryan’s love of dancing...

Dancemore Focus – Candy Da Silva

Dancemore Focus – Candy Da Silva

Most of us have watched in awe as Candy elegantly, and seemingly effortlessly, glides and jives on the dance floor at the monthly Dancemore socials. When she dances with Ryan, her preferred partner on the dance floor and in life, their joy and love of dance sparks off...

Dance Teacher Focus – Jose Da Silva

Dance Teacher Focus – Jose Da Silva

Jose Da Silva is the patriarch of the Dancemore family.  Jose has always been part of the Dancemore Dance Studio as the school was founded by his late wife, Maureen, almost 30 years ago. However, he was dancing even before he met Maureen. As a young teenager,...