Code of conduct
We have a lot of fun inside the couple when we can be in harmony the one with each other in the music.
However, then dancing evenings, we should also work to seek the harmony with the other couples on the dance floor.
There are a wide variety of dancers and styles in around the world and all must agree on the dance floor.
1) The first thing we can do is to respect those operating on the track so they properly hear the music to dance well.
2) The second is to avoid any verbal exchange between partner to dancing: the exchange is exclusively gestural; the couple must concentrate on the music and on the dance.
The dance floor is divided into 3 parts :
- THE LINE EXTERIOR QUICK
For experienced dancers with large swings in the circular dances. (Ex .: Viennese waltz, Foxtrot, Quickstep, Samba, Tango ...)
- THE LINE EXTERIOR SLOW
For the less experienced dancers in these dances.
- THE CENTER
For beginners and for those who move very little in these dances or who want to dance on the spot.
Some dances require a flow direction (eg. Waltz, Tango, Samba, ... Quickstep), the direction is opposite of clockwise.
It must exceptionally go backward, after checking that it will not hit someone behind him.
Ideally, couples should move forward at the same speed since there has the tempo of the music for synchronize them.
Watch for other dancers to avoid collisions.
Other dances are practiced on site (eg. Chachacha, Salsa, Rock n'roll ...), in this case to show common sense by respecting and not infringing to the dance space these neighbors.
If there is a lot of couples on the dance floor, make smaller steps and reduce the largess of our moves.
Finally, there are line dances (eg. Madison, Country, Kuduro ...).
The dancers start dancing in fore of the track so that others can make their lines behind.
If a line gets too long, start a new line.
Do not start another dance (if others already started one dance) unless there is sufficient space available.
The advanced dancers may impress many but their experience helps them sneak between people without upsetting them.
Remember that the track is for all, encourage beginners to evolve on the track and preferred the diplomacy.
Do not learn a dance on a crowded track, or stop dancing in order to teach.
Exit the dance floor and find an adequate place if you want to teach.
A pause of several seconds between each dance shall allow couples to leave the track, pull over to allow for new invitations.
Ideally, those who could not dance, no partner or no instead, have their chance.
We must know that everyone must take breaks so that the actors are renewed and the spectators too.
In short, we must civilize us for increase our enjoyment.
One can certainly find pleasure in imagining be the best, to show at herself in complicated sequences, looking at herself in the mirrors of the ballroom, to occupy much ground as possible, to shove his neighbors, to snub the more hesitant, etc ..
But since we love dancing and that we give ourselves struggling to dance the best, we will be more happy if we contribute to the harmony of couples during the evening.
Finally thanks to our impeccable dress and our careful hygiene, those moments will really moments of pleasure for all.