Dance Vision Member, Linda Morse Bourgeois is vivacious, spunky, small in stature, but bursting with life. After her retirement from a 40-year career in public relations, she adored golfing with her husband, tending her rose gardens (they’re award-winning, by the way!), and serving her grandmother duties; something she speaks about fondly. Her heart was full.
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With the help of our blogs how to become a better dancer and how to set dance goals, you have the skill of deliberate practice under your belt and outlined goals: now take the opportunity to develop a plan for practice. These helpful tips can help improve your practice whether you are alone or with
Did you know there are 2 distinct styles of ballroom dancing? While dances originated all over the world (check out our article on the origins of ballroom dance here!), they came together as the distinct American and International styles that we know today.
Intrigued by bright lights, sparkly costumes, and vivacious judging panels, the American public has become increasingly fascinated with the world of ballroom dance as depicted by popular television programming such as Dancing with the Stars and So You Think You Can Dance.
Dance Vision owner Wayne Eng reminisces about the time when competitive dancers would dance on marble floors at certain dance competitions and studios—it was not conducive to good dancing let alone dancing for long periods of time on such hard, unforgiving surfaces! Since, the ballroom industry has learned that if dancers want to extend the
The History of Ballroom Dance The history of ballroom dance is a fascinating story of music and creative movement melding synergistically over time, producing what we know and love today as social ballroom dance and dancesport. As dancers or aspiring dancers, an understanding of the origins of our craft can help bolster our appreciation for