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Part 5, To Dance or not to Dance, that is thy Sport…

by Jean-Claude Dimech “White men think dancing is funny. Girly. Embarrassing. Ask the average white male in Toronto to join your ballroom class and you’ll get a snicker and a refusal in none too subtle terms. The most commonly cited... (Continue reading)

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Part 4, To Dance or not to Dance, that is thy Sport…

by Jean-Claude Dimech Dancesport despite its novelty in the Malteses islands, is increasingly becoming popular, practically it encompasses all age groups, as dancers start to learn the craft from the tender age of six years, although some tend to start... (Continue reading)

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Part 3, To Dance or not to Dance, that is thy Sport…

by Jean-Claude Dimech Whether taken as a competitive discipline or simply as a recreational moment, dancesport, is an ideal social event where students also learn the importance of social protocol and etiquette. As a social recreation, you will come in... (Continue reading)

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Part 2: To Dance or not to Dance, that is thy Sport…

by Jean-Claude Dimech Dancing, no matter which style, is a discipline. A discipline which demands good technique and develops posture, balance and poise. Dancing improves both mental and physical coordination and is recognized as a distinct form of social recreation.... (Continue reading)

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To dance or not to dance, that is thy Sport… Part 1

To dance or not to dance, that is thy Sport… Part 1

by Jean-Claude Dimech When one thinks of dancing, the least thing that comes to mind is that certain disciplines are actually considered as Sport, namely Ballroom and Latin American Dancing. This style of dancing spells drama with its fancy costumes... (Continue reading)

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