Hello everyone, here is the new “Só Tu Only You” Kizomba Dance Video by Ben & Ana, 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.

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Want some more Kizomba? Then checkout our most recent kizomba choreography videos right below this paragraph. While you think about it, we’ve placed a few screenshots with beautiful dance moves to help you make up your mind.

By the way, if you would like to learn to dance just like that, we recommend taking Kizomba dance classes in your local studio. It’s a healthy activity and a really fun way of making new friends while staying fit. Our website can help you find the best dance classes and events near you in just a few clicks. If you are a dance teacher or event manager, you are more than welcome to register and add your location to our directory, so that more people could discover it.

Dancing regularly makes you feel good about yourself. It will make you more disciplined, fulfilled, confident, and in control of your life. Actually, feeling confident and empowered should be the default setting for all of us. Unfortunately nowadays people have too many mental blocks which do not allow this. This is where dancing can be extremely beneficial in helping people be more of themselves. Just give it a try and see for yourself how amazing it is.

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