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  • 1. Latin Dance 
  • 2. • Latin dance has it root in Africa dance and drum rhythms• As slaves were carried to various islands in the Caribbean their dance styles were blended with those of the local Indian and Spanish populations.• There are two types of Latin dancing. The first type of Latin dance derives its name from the area from which it originates, Latin America. These dances tend to be a little more freestyle. The second type of Latin dance is referred to as International Latin and is seen in various social dancing classes, ballroom classes, and competitions. These Latin dances are the social dances such as Cha-Cha, Rumba, Samba, and Paso Doble.
  • 3. Popular Latin Dance Styles BombaSalsaMamboRumbaBachataSambaMerengueCha Cha Cha
  • 4. Bomba Bomba is one of the tradi- tional musical styles of Puerto-Rico.• Bomba is described to be a challenge/connection between the drummer and the dancers.
  • 5. Bomba Cont’d Dancers took turns challenging the drums, creating a dialog with their movements that the solo drummer answered. It is said that woman bomba dancers would typically dance with their skirt raised, showing their slips, to ridicule the attire worn by plantation ladies.
  • 6. Salsa Salsa is definitely a dance that can heat up the dance floor.The salsa dance has evolved from Latin and Caribbean dances.The dance has been influence by many cultures, but it originated in Cuba. It is a blend of Spanish music and African rhythms.
  • 7. Salsa Cont’d Salsa is almost the same as the Mambo in that the partners both have a pattern of six steps danced over eight counts of music.There are many different styles of Salsa that vary by location: Cuban-style salsa, Columbian style- salsa, L.A. style salsa, New York-style salsa, Puerto-Rican style salsa, and Casino Reudo- style salsa.
  • 8. TangoTango is called the dance of love, it’s a beautiful  dance known for its sensuality and passion.Although most people believe it’s very difficult to grasp, it’s actually quite easy to break down.Tango is a sensual ballroom dance that originated in South Africa.
  • 9. SambaSamba is certainly one of the most unique and fun  dances you can learn. Samba originated in Brazil, it is characterized by a rhythmic, sensual hip movements.Samba is danced as a festival dance during the street carnivals and celebrations. The festive style and mood of the dance has kept it energetic and admired to this day.Samba is not as hard as it looks. The simple steps make is very easy to learn.
  • 10. Rumba Rumba has its roots in the Cuba. Its consists of two quick steps and then a third slower step that takes two beats to execute.Rumba is a slow, sensual dance with wonderful rhythms and bodily expressions that make it one of the most popular Latin American dances today.
  • 11. Benefits of Dancing You can benefit from any types of Latin dance. It will  keep you shape either physically or mentally. For example: Reduce stress Increase energy Improve strength Increase muscle tone and coordination Decrease blood pressure and improve cholesterol levels Help you manage your weight Strengthen the bones of your legs and hips Reduce heart rate.
  • 12. Conclusion Dancing will make you socialize with many people, build healthy, and gain more confidence all around.Dancing will make you a better leader and you should keep politics away from the dance floor.
  • 13. Thank you 