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Dancing can be a great way to bring the lost magic back in your relationship. It’s a way for the two of you to connect with each other. Making time to dance together gives the two of you time away from chores, children, job, and the stress of your lives.
As you dance together, your eyes meet, your bodies are close, you can feel one another breathing. There are several dance forms you can start learning as couple which are known to take passion, sensuality and love a notch up.
Here’s a list of 10 romantic dance styles for you to choose from.
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This beautiful dance form is all about letting the body flow freely to the tunes of the romantic rhythm. Talking about romantic contemporary choreography, the dance act is usually a narrative of a love story. The breathtaking postures employed in this form involve powerful jumps and graceful falls.
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Waltz is all about controlling foot movements, disciplined moves and maintaining a specific distance between the bodies of you and your partner. It is known as one of the most sensuous dance forms.
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This dance form particularly involves highly flexible body movements with sudden jerks at regular intervals. Full of sensual movements, the Rumba is considered by many to be the sexiest of the ballroom dances. The Rumba spotlights the lady’s rhythmic body movements and hip actions resulting in intense, almost steamy, scenes of passion between the partners.
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It is said many that Tango is an addiction. When you get Tango inside your body and share a connection with a partner who’s leading you, it’s impossible to get rid of the passion inside. Sharp turns, quick lifts and falls, all form the perfect ingredients for a romantic tango.
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It’s more of an up-close-and-personal form of dance which breaks the ‘maintain-a-specific-distance’ bond of the Waltz. It is well-suited to slow as well as fast rhythmic beats.
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Cha-cha-chá is danced to authentic Cuban music. The Cuban cha-cha-chá is more sensual. It is a lively, flirtatious ballroom dance full of passion and energy. The Cha Cha requires small steps and lots of hip motion.
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The foxtrot is a smooth, progressive dance characterized by long, continuous flowing movements across the dance floor. The dance is similar in its look to waltz although the rhythm is different.
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Cuban dancers would describe mambo as “feeling the music” in which sound and movement were merged through the body. It is a favorite of ballroom audiences because of its high energy and infectious rhythms. Popularized in recent years by singers such as Ricky Martin, the Mambo is fascinating and diverse.
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This unique partner dance can be done in both ballrooms and nightclubs to disco music. It has some features in common with swing dance.
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In Merengue, the partners hold each other in a closed position. Partners may walk sideways or circle each other in small steps. They can switch to an open position and do separate turns without letting go each other’s hands or releasing one hand.