"Dance improves self confidence and becomes a form of communication between two people. Once you've learned the basics of Salsa or Zouk you can travel the world and enjoy a free-flow of non-verbal dialogue that transcends language and cultural barriers," James says, "The empowerment you feel from being able to communicate in this way is a rush. It's addictive".
Yes, it is. I'll admit it now, I've got a taste for it, and I would like some more please. No, I shall never hurl myself across a room hoping to be caught by some Swayze-esque character. That doesn't sound all that fun anyway. I am pretty happy with my progress and I haven't bumped my head once. See you on the dance floor.
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