In this blog we tell you more about the two roles we have in dancing: leading and following. Which role suits you best?
5 reasons why socials are great for improving your dancing skills All about socials… Swing dancing is mainly about socials. These are the moments where people gather and while enjoying a few drinks or a bit to eat they also dance together. Sometimes there is even a live band! In this blog we will explain […]
Do you have two left feet, but you would like to kill it on the dancefloor? Do you struggle finding the rhythm of a tune, but are you aching to learn a new skill? Learning how to dance isn’t just good for you, you can learn it.
Are you looking for a unique, romantic first dance for your upcoming wedding? Slow Bal is exactly what you have been looking for.
Last weekend our first workshop weekend in 2 years took place: Shuffle & Slide. Read about this amazing weekend and how much fun it was!
Interview with Anni and Gasper about the Slow Bal connection In this episode of my Slow Bal heroes, I will be talking with Anni and Gasper from Sweden. You might know them from Balboa, Lindy Hop or maybe even Slow Bal classes, because they have travelled the world to share the joy of this beautiful […]
Deirdre and Iris travel to the All Slow Bal Weekend in Torquay (UK) and share their tips for when you travel to an international dance event for the first time. Are you excited? Read here what to expect!
Growing as a dancers requires giving and receiving feedback. Unfortunately we often see dancers blaming the other when something doesn’t work. In this article we talk about your growth mindset and how to give feedback to your partner.
Maybe you’re considering dance classes in general, or swing dance and Slow Bal in particular. You want to, but there’s something holding you back? This article is a bit like preaching for our own parish of course, but dancing has only brought us good things. We wish everyone the happiness, pleasure and sense of relaxation […]
Arnold has been dancing Slow Bal at Slowfeet Studio for a year and a half now and tells us what it was like to start this with swing dance and shares his experiences. His motto: if I can learn to dance, anyone can learn it. He also shares a few tips for beginning dancers.