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Online resources to keep your soul dancing!

As our screens increasingly become our main source of entertainment, for better or for worse, we thought we'd share some online resources that have been a source of inspiration and guidance for us over the years!


Dance Vision

(photo courtesy of dancevision.com)

Dance Vision has a great library of steps (international, latin, smooth, rhythm and social) from bronze through gold as well as lectures from top dancers including Arunas and Katusha, Victor and Anastasia, Slavik and Karina, and more. They currently have a super generous offer of 30 days free access to their entire video library, so don't miss out!


The Camp Wuppertal

(photo courtesy of thecamp.cc)

Have you heard of The Camp? This is an annual dance camp organized annually by Asis Khadjeh-Nouri & Henner Thurau in Wuppertal, Germany. Many of us can only aspire to dance as well as the amazingly talented couples that assist the instructors in demonstrations during their lectures. Happily, the videos are available online on the official website (click on the "Gallery" link on the home), and you can also find older videos on Chang Dong's Youtube channel here.


NYTimes' Compilation: 12 Places to Watch Dance Online

(photo courtesy of the New York Times)

The New York Times is one of my go-to sources for interesting articles and long reads. The resources in this article are not ballroom dances, but if you fancy a change of scenery or perhaps inspiration from other genres, these are definite eye-openers.


We hope that these resources bring you hours of enjoyment! What are your favorite dance resources? Let us know, we would love to hear from you! Have a question on something you see? Drop us a line and we will be happy to help!


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