Dance Etiquette Assignment

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Dancing is an activity where two people come in close contact. Before a dance use common sense and follow the basic hygenie principles of most people. These include: Showering and using some deodorant, brushing your teeth and using mouthwash, avoid foods that produce strong odors, like garlic, onions, or fish, and make sure your appearance is not dishevled. While at the dance: Check your grooming periodically, freshen up and towel off periodically in the bathroom between more rigourous dances, you can also bring another shirt and change if the one you have becomes to moist.
When at a social dance, make sure you have dressed for the occasion. Ask the group beforehand what type of dances ...view middle of the document...

Women should fell comfortable when asking a man to dance also. When asking for a dance use common sense and make eye contact when asking for a dance. If you vaguely approach a group, two individuals may think you are asking for a dance. You can imagine that the one not getting the dance is not going to be thrilled. If someone were engaged in conversation and you would like to dance with him or her. Use your best judgment skills in whether to approach them or not. If they are with their significant other, walk the other way.
When considering declining a dance one must realize that dance etiquette requires that one should avoid declining a dance under most circumstances. There is no correct way to decline a dance, but there are a few polite ways to turn one down (a) you do not know the dance, (b) you need to take a rest, or (c) you have promised the dance to someone else. When using the first two, realize that you cannot run up on the dance floor with someone else and must sit the song out. The complete end all response in case of emergency is “No thank you” which is usually used in case where the other person is using inappropriate advances or is running into other dancers on the floor. Dancers are encouraged to use discretion and restraint when exercising this option.
When arriving on the floor, the dancer should know that the dancing on a floor is done along a counter clockwise direction, known as the Line Of Dance. This applies to traveling dances including Waltz, Foxtrot, Tango, Quickstep, and...

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