Dance Communities First things first: I still like to dance bachata.
I tried in advance to connect with dance groups, but to no avail. Naturally, I assumed that Dominican Bachata in the actual Dominican would be more in line with that new wave.
I was so, so thrilled when most of these expectations turned out wrong. The resort was beautiful… but I expected a lack of dance. I stayed at an all-inclusive resort. Everywhere I turned, there was music.
Bachata music began to capture me once again — especially since they seemed to favour the softer, smoother Bachata sounds over the in my opinion only highly twangy, speedy, and cardio-style music now favoured where I usually dance. Even the Merengue was smoother, mixed with more than just a strong backbeat.
They played some Zouk and Salsa too — but fewer people danced. Of course, there was American stuff thrown in during which I craved my Westie friends back home.
Had I a group of dance friends on that resort, it would have turned into an amazing on-resort dance vacation. Finding Dance Luckily, I soon got taken under the wing of the Animation resort staff.
I went to the Merengue lesson at the pool, and after a brief moment of surprise, the Instructor realized I could actually dance. We danced a couple songs. I assumed that would be the end of my Dominican dance experience.
But, in parting, he mentioned that there would be a dance party later that night at one of the hotel lobbies. A Merengue lesson poolside at the resort.
My first encounter with the Animation staff. It was disco night — no Latin music to speak of. The Animation staff did line dances.
It was enjoyable, but after having gotten up my hopes for some Latin dancing, this kind of… disappointed me. Again, one of the animation staff came over and asked me to dance.
I inquired whether there would be any Bachata or Salsa. He looked at me funny. This man could really dance — but not in the classical sense of how we think in North America.
He had probably less than half the patterns of the standard social dancer in my area. Most were based on Cuban Salsa I think. But, there was a connection that is not always highlighted in social dance culture where I am from.
He was by far the strongest dancer I encountered. But, in my entire time in the Dominican, I never found myself bored by a dance — however simple.
It was as if all my partners were keenly aware of my existence. I discovered a level of care and connection that existed beyond my following abilities or their leading abilities.
In those moments, they sought a connection with me as a person on the dance floor.For some time I’ve (together with my wife Christine) been organizing events, teaching and watching the evolution of the Bachata dance which we learned to love for so many different reasons. Hell yeah. One doesn't have to get girlfriend, but compared to the average club, a guy is more likely to find someone friendly, feminine, in shape, usually educated, and generally non-ratchet dancing salsa.
I liked that she was very clear on what she was able to do for me/friend (learn salsa) from the start, and that she is very flexible with the schedule, and also willing to work with my payment plan.
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