Bronze 3 & 4 Samba | Learn to Dance Samba | Samba Dance Syllabus

The Samba originated in Rio de Janeiro, South America as a solo celebration dance. In the 1950s, the Samba came to the United States and was formed into a partner Latin dance. The Samba, along with the Paso Doble, are the only Latin dances that travel around the dance floor like the ballroom dances. Samba is characterized by fast pulses and bounce type movements danced to very energetic and lively music!


Bronze 3 Int'l Samba

Samba Basic | Whisk | Samba Walks | Traveling Botofogos | Criss Cross Volta | Lady's Spot Volta

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Bronze 4 Int'l Samba

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Bronze 3 - Samba - Figure 1 - Samba Basic

Bronze - Technique - Samba Footwork

Bronze - Technique - Samba Bounce

Bronze - Techniuqe - Samba Timing

Bronze 3 - Samba - Figure 2 - Whisk

Bronze 3 - Samba - Figure 3 - Samba Walks

Bronze 3 - Samba - Figure 4 - Traveling Botofogos

Bronze 3 - Samba - Figure 5 - Criss Cross Volta

Bronze 3 - Samba - Figure 6 - Lady's Spot Volta

Bronze 4 - Samba - Figure 1 - Stationary Samba Walk

Bronze - Technique - Stationary Samba Walk

Bronze - Technique - Samba Timings

Bronze 4 - Samba - Figure 2 - Closed Rocks

Bronze 4 - Samba - Figure 3 - Volta Roll

Bronze - Technique - Samba Roll

Bronze 4 - Samba - Figure 4 - Reverse Turn

Bronze 4 - Samba - Figure 5 - Solo Volta

Bronze 4 - Samba - Figure 6 - Corta Jaca