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How many steady dance partners have you had?
2 competitive + 2 before competitions really started.
2 so far, and one thing is as for sure as it is sad: #3 and so on will NOT COME from dancepartner.com b/c the quality of male dancers on the site is poor to zero - fill in your own blanks ! I am a christian and therefore TRUST GOD 100% that the best one is out there and to yet come, for I believe that God has not blessed me with a talent for dancing second to none for nothing ...
Both dance partners were in the UK, that was primarily for ballroom & arginine tango. Both moved away.
I can not find a partner that wants to put in the amount that I do. That is, enough to keep on improving and therefore getting more and more back from dancing.
No regular partner
2 amateur competitive and 1 pro-am competitive
Only just joined.
only had the one before i had to move
I have not found a steady partner. I am hopeful though!
I am seeking an enthusiastic dancer who is interested in technique as well as fun. So if you love to dance, and are already a good dancer, I am open to a regular or occasional dance partner. I am very good at following most dances without a routine. I enjoy social dancing, but my passion is long hours of practice to perfect all the dances, one by one, and so I need more than one partner. I’ve had an amateur dance partner for 3 yrs., mostly International Ballroom, gold open. I also take private lessons with pros about 5 hours per week (mostly standard, also smooth, rhythm, occasionally Latin or West Coast swing). I am good at salsa, hustle, (and belly dancing LOL). I dance some bachata and most recently tried Argentine tango. I haven’t tried a dance yet that I didn’t like! I dance most days of the week, mostly during the day, but some nights work. Prefer to stay local unless I’m going to a club or studio party. I compete occasionally, do showcases, and love to practice following in most dances (with or without a routine).
We that dance are not the norm. Of those that do, most do it as a pass time. Normal people have families to take care of, businesses to run, careers to develop, etc. Serious dance is time and money intensive. SO! I hope you'll be patient, have faith, be open minded, focus on the art (good idea to have fun too) and that the partners will gravitate to you. Good luck to you all.
Even at varying skill levels, all the dance partner experiences have been fun and really helped my social dance proficiency. I am grateful for all of my dance partners!
Not danced for 2 years unable to find a regular partner
I am new I'm looking for a steady ballroom dance partner in San Gabriel Valley.
Im looking for a male partner to practice WCS and Country Western 2-Step
It's even more fun once you get a steady dance partner.
Two partners; 3 years and 7 years. The first was competition focused. A great experience, but in retrospect I prefer a wider dance experience than the close focus that was needed (for me anyway) of competition. The second and longer experience was even more rewarding, as that partner came from a country-western background while my exprience was all ballroom. We shared an interest in West Coast Swing. We both learned a great deal and had some great times meeting in the middle and expanding both of our dance worlds. Looking for a new partner little over 6mo now! Hint-Hint !!! In Kentucky.
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