Good day to you, here is the new Con Calma Zouk Dance Video by Rick Torri & Larissa Secco, and as always we chose the best of the best for our readers. Don’t forget to share it with your friends if you liked it. For more information about the dancers and the creators behind today’s project follow the YouTube link.
Want to add some rhythm to your life? Come check out our collection of dance vids! From all around the world, we’ve got the most incredible dance talent and creativity on display. From classical ballet to tap dance and everything in between, you’re sure to find something that’ll get you moving. So why not come take a look? Let’s dance!
- Why do people like Zouk?
- Why fusing Kizomba and Zouk is a good idea
- Why is it important to have a connection with the partner while dancing?
By the way, if you would like to learn to dance just like that, we recommend taking Zouk dance classes in your local studio. It’s a healthy activity and a really fun way of making new friends while staying in shape. Our website can help you find the best dance locations and events near you in just a few clicks. If you are a studio owner or event manager, you are more than welcome to register and add your venue to our directory, so that more people could discover it.
Did you know that dancing and physical interactions with other happy people are the most powerful natural antidepressants? They fantastically improve the mood and increase your overall happiness.
In fact, this is one of the most important benefits of dance that we can only think of. When you are happy – you feel good. When you feel good – everything around you looks and feels better and it makes you feel even happier. The happier you get – the better is the quality of your life. This is why we believe it’s crucial to dance regularly. Give it a try and you’ll see what we mean.
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