Bronze 1 Waltz | Learn to Dance Waltz | Waltz Dance Syllabus

The Waltz is one of the earliest dances, originating in the 1700’s. It is danced to any music written in ¾ timing from slow classical to modern ballads to country music. Waltz dancers develop poise and control by learning rise and fall, the dance technique that create an elegant and graceful look on the dance floor. Similar to the Foxtrot, this dance remains in closed dance position in International style and can vary between closed dance position and open hand holds in American style.

Bronze 1 - Waltz - Figure 1 - Left Box

Bronze - Technique - Heel Steps & Footwork

Bronze - Technique - Ballroom Dance Frame

Bronze 1 - Waltz - Figure 2 - Box with Lady's Turn

Bronze 1 - Waltz - Figure 3 - Right Box

Bronze 1 - Waltz - Figure 4 - Forward & Back Change Steps

Bronze 1 - Waltz - Figure 5 - Balance Steps

Bronze 1 - Waltz - Figure 6 - Promenade Hesitation

Bronze - Technique - Promenade

Bronze 2 - Waltz - Figure 1 - Quarter Turns

Bronze - Technique - Rise & Fall

Bronze - Technique - Alignments

Bronze 2 - Waltz - Figure 2 - Hesitation Zig Zag

Bronze 2 - Waltz - Figure 3 - Open Break with Lady’s Turn

Bronze 2 - Waltz - Figure 4 - Basic Twinkle

Bronze 2 - Waltz - Figure 5 - Lady’s Two Way Turns

Bronze 2 - Waltz - Figure 6 - Side by Side Change Steps