Use of weight to produce movement
By David Hamilton Notes, comments and interpretations by Paul Hughes Body in Motion Using the terms…
July 16, 2013
Authenticity versus Commercialism Part II
By Ekaterina Lapaeva Abstract In the previous article, “Authenticity versus Commercialism,” I took the initiative to portray in…
June 23, 2013
Understanding Heel Turns
By Barry Gasson At all levels of Ballroom Dancing I am constantly dismayed by the standard of Heel…
October 11, 2012
Athletes or Artists?
By Barry Gasson The competitive dance floors of the world have become battlefields where strenuous exertion is apparent in most couples, and young men seem to think that it should look difficult and you should appear to be trying and striving. So ask yourself these questions: Are you and artist or an athlete? What is the difference? Does it matter?
What is Volume?
As it happens to all teachers and coaches, sometimes I am asked to help a couple achieve what another teacher or coach had asked of them.
April 27, 2012
Dancing and Personality
Richard Gray introduces us to five personality types researchers exposed to the same music. How did they react and dance to it?
February 27, 2012