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Andy Fishel

U.S.
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Ballroom/Latin dance training and classes Competitive ballroom/Latin dance Wedding dance/first dance Ballroom dance music Social dances Almost any question on partner style dancing How to learn to dance Questions about dance competitions Also, business questions pertaining to social or competitive ballroom dancing and studios

Drew Laiche

U.S.
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I can answer questions on East Coast Swing, Lindy Hop, and Charleston.

David Vasquez

U.S.
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I can answer questions pertaining to all major ballroom dances and also social dances including swing, hustle salsa. Leading and following, technique, etiquette. My bio is posted online at www.startdancinsd.com

David Lynch

U.S.
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I can answer questions on American Ballroom dancing, including EAST COAST, West Coast Swing, American Tango, Waltz, Foxtrot:( 5 STYLES), Cha Cha, Rumba, salsa, merengue, Charleston, lindy charleston, 2 Step C/W, Blues swing, , single, double, triple and combo swing, be bop, rock, and Mambo. Swing- especialy 50'S rock and swing, is my specialty. I cover MOST basic beginner type questions on steps, style,LEADING, etc. I slso take some FAQs on the borders of martial arts and dance. I do not try to answer questions about international, competition, gold level or folk styles or advanced dancing or argentine tango,punks, hip hop, break dancing,or any dancing beyond 24 months of dance training, Thank you.

Timothy Nyman

U.S.
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I can answer questions about dance styles, step patterns and music selection. I have a good knowledge of the history of the dances. I can help with selecting a studio, instructor or learning method for particular situations. I can offer descriptions of the basic steps to get anyone started. I have a good knowledge of how dance competitions run and are judged and can offer advice for those who want to compete for fun as well as those who want to have a serious advantage on the competition floor. I may or may not be able to answer questions about specific pattern in a dance. There are 5 syllabuses with 3 levels each. Each level has 10-15 moves per dance. I would estimate I know half of them.

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