Learn to Communicate Unambiguously in Social Dancing
Would you like to dance safely?
Would you like to make your dancing easier?
Would you like to dance more naturally?
Would you like to get better faster?
Would you like to dance as one with your partner while expressing yourselves more freely to the music?
Would you like to feel more comfortable, confident and popular?
Of course you would.
Andrew Weitzen's Partnership Dancing ℠
will help you do all those things and much more.
There is a big problem in partner dancing.
This problem is holding you back, impeding your progress, creating conflict and causing injuries.
If you are a dance teacher, this problem is causing frustration for your students and increasing drop outs.
Everyone has this same problem, except those that have learned Partnership Dancing.
The problem is everyone has their own way of communicating.
People have trouble communicating with others who are not their regular dance partners.
When you have trouble communicating, you lose confidence and you do not enjoy your dancing.
Dancing happens fast.
Any inability in communicating will limit what you can do.
Problems in communicating can lead to injuries, confusion, arguments and disappointment.
Communication is the foundation of partner dancing.
The objective of partner dancing is to dance as one with your partner and the music.
You can only do this if you understand one another accurately.
Partnership Dancing solves the communication issues by clearly defining a method for communicating unambiguously
that works the same way with every partner for every social dance.
You only need to use the three signals and follow the three laws
of Partnership Dancing to communicate every step in every social dance.
Partnership Dancing's simple, elegant solution to communicating with a dance partner will transform
your dance communication from a struggle to a joy.
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