Carmen

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Carmen—our trainee from Chile—was with us for the first few months of classes.  She was a big help to us and we wish her well.

Hygiene is very important

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This should go without saying but we’re saying it anyway–you should smell good for your dance partner and they should smell good for you.

Look but don’t stare

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It’s yucky when your dance partner does everything to avoid looking at you so don’t do it to them either–partner dancing is a partnership!

Dance with at least 3 people

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The more people you dance with, the more versatile you will be as a dancer. Adapting to different styles and movements is great for your mind and your body!

Hand-to-Hand connection

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Connection is important in a follow-and-lead partnership so make sure yours is constant, but neither of you should need a chiropractor after class!

Mints, Mints, Mints!

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Partner dancing is a close-contact social experience. Make sure your sense of smell and that of your partner is pleasant.