Every dance is a 3-minute relationship - and that has implications for life-couples who decide to take up this hobby/sport/passion.
Thoughts about why private lessons are valuable for anyone - from brand-new to very advanced.
Entering a dance competition means that you are giving permission to others to judge you. Read these tips on how to manage that experience.
Someone once told me that if you can do something, you can teach it. I think that is the most untrue thing I have ever heard...
The brain is sequential, so it's self-sabotage to try to "work on" multiple dance techniques at one time.
We rounded up six WCS circuit DJs and asked them our students' most burning questions about music.
By request, these are Smoothstyle's top tips for how to behave when dancing...
New dancers are our futures, so make 10% of all your social dances dances with beginners.
Over-training can set you back. Here are the signs of over-training and how to fix it.
This was written in 2014, before we had changed our WCS teaching language to be gender-neutral.
Answers to common questions about the differences between group and private lessons - and when to do which.
In West Coast Swing, it's inot possible to truly understand the whole dance if you know only one role.