Monday, February 26, 2007

Ballroom Dance Classes

The social scene through - out the United States, Canada, Europe, Tokyo, India, Lebanon, and Australia is a buzz over Social Ballroom Dances. Dance teachers are appearing litterally out of the wood-work, and poeople wallets are opening up and really paying out.

Yet there is no real compass by either the consumer of this growth teaching services, or within the social dance entertainment services on what are the clear differences between amateur and profession side of not only Ballroom Dance Socials, but more importantly Ballroom Dance Instruction. There are clear demarcations lines between amateur and professional.

One: This revolves around the singularity that dance socials are the primary ownership of the amateur social dancers. Here social dancers, which is what an amateur dancer really is, collectively pull together a society under the goverance of non- for - profit organization model; this assures their membership security from emotional and political exploitation from the hustlers who opperates at the outer edges of the dance world - often looking for weakness in which penitrate their various rip-off schemes. This is the protective barrier, and one in which allows the dance teaching professional to train clients to assume ownership over social dance with increase success in the growth of this form of pleasurable activity-on the behave of the amateur social dancers alone.

Two: This frees up alot of quality time in which the dance teaching profssional can persue higher dance standards within the pedagogy offerings - representing their applied school dynamics, and for themelves updating their own dance performance and teaching skills. This element demands essentially several hours per week in order to accomblish. Dance teaching professionals are themselves liklewise protected by amateurs looking for freebies from instructors - who in most cases really can not afford doing this.

In a healthy dance social and cultural environment withineither large and small communities, these role functions did not appear overnight, nor were they thought up irrespective of motives, or sociopolitical issue, but were the " High Teaching Dance Standards " authored and applied by his namesake, Arthur Murray Dance Studios Incorporated. There is little doubth of this perscribed installation of the differences, once an applied, then to being successful which created in the end, The American Social Dance Culture.

It is the preservation of the American Social Dance Culture in which these standard are directed as the means - to secure the rightful ownership in the hands of the market place of the amateur social dancers, rather than cheap emotional and at times hustling - strategies of instructors's attempts making clients dependent upon the instructor for assurances.

Thus this clearly states the objective of this blog. There are now too many rip - off artists, and the market is being wasted as a result.

Mr. Roger M. Christian