A solo dance completed in a group setting - individuals in a line dance maintain their own space with no physical contact, but in a dual line formation. Be a part of something bigger with a dance you can show off at many social gatherings.
Starting in the 1950's, the line dance became the dance of choice for country-western music, however throughout the 1970's some forms were better related to the Disco craze. Throughout the years the line dance has been repurposed for a variety of styles and genres. While country remains the most well known, line dancers can take part in everything from pop music to Latin.
The Benefits of Line Dancing
Improve Timing: dancing among a team of others will help you properly follow the beat to keep up, while still ensuring your form and technique are correct.
New Friendship & Advice: you will be among many other dancers when learning the line dance. This gives you the opportunity to make a new friend or two, and collect advice from a variety of other dancers.
Increase Focus On Technique: no longer having to worry about your partner, you'll be able to solely focus on your individual technique and how you can improve.
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