We cannot tell you how many times, we heard advanced dancers count cha cha the wrong way. As a result of the improper counting, they are not precise with their feet. It doesn’t have to be like this. All you need is understand the timing and count it as such.
Weichuan started ballroom dancing as a student on the University of Notre Dame Ballroom Team. Within a year, she became of of the top dancers on the team.
This old gentleman is unbelievably rhythmical. It is so funny to watch him!
This is a really cool Cha-Cha that makes you want to get up and dance.
Video of Flash Mob, West Coast Swing Dance, done at the University Park Mall, Mishawaka, Indiana.
Kathy Nate teaching Night Club 2 Step for Simply Swing Dance.
Many dancers have a hard time finding the beat so they are not dancing with the music. The best way to learn how to find the beat is to learn how to play the rhythm. The following video shows you how to play Cha Cha rhythm on a conga. It looks very difficult, but it is not. You don’t have to buy a conga. You can use a pencil or just tap the beat with your hand. If you can play the rhythm, you will be able to count it. Just like when you learn how to write, you automatically know how to read. The first two minutes of the video are the most useful.