Ballroom Dancing – Foxtrot Recap

    Published: 06-16-2009
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    Professional dance instructor Terry Dean demonstrates the full foxtrot.

    Terry Dean

    Terry is the owner and principal male dance instructor of Terry Dean’s Dance Studio, in Charlottesville, Virginia. He has been teaching ballroom dancing for 30 years and opened his own successful studio following a 19 year career with Arthur Murray Dance Studios. Terry has received accolades for his choreography and has been honored as Virginia State’s Top Studio and Top Teacher twice. He and his staff teach students of all levels, whether they are interested in social dancing, exhibition dancing, or competitive ballroom dance sport. He has led many of his students to win top level gold medal competitions, and he is pleased to share his expertise with you today.

    Hi I am Terry Dean from Terry Dean's Dance Studio. We have been teaching you the Foxtrot. Now we are going to put all the patterns together so that you can see what they look like combined with all the different techniques that we have done. This way when you are dancing you will know what its supposed to look like. Now, basic step first; slow, slow, quick, quick, basic left turn, slow, slow, quick, quick, promenade; slow, slow, quick, quick, basic left turn, basic step, basic left turn, promenade, basic left turn, basic, promenade. Now, we hope you have had as much fun watching as we have had doing it for you. Thats the basic Foxtrot. We know you had a lot of fun learning to do it. Main thing to remember is, if you havent gotten it perfect, theres plenty of dance teachers out there and plenty of studios where you can go and learn and get it done right because you always have to get your individual needs taken care of. So, the main thing is, go and do as best you can at home, but then try to seek out a professional to do it right. Remember, have a lot of fun because thats the most important thing in all of ballroom dancing is have fun learning.