The Cha Cha Cha is a very popular Latin American dance, comprising three movements and a chasse.

Full of wiggle, life and the Latin rhythm, it is a favourite of many dancers.

The Jive is derived from American Swing and Hip-Hop.

It is a fast dance that is lively, energetic and fun.

It can also be danced to slow Jive music, which is appealing to some dancers.

The Paso Doble is mainly used as a competition and exhibition dance, but also looks good in a social dance setting.

It depicts a Spanish bullfight. The male with all the pride and show of a Matador in the ring. The lady is his cape.

The Rumba is the most erotic of the Latin dances. It tells the story of lovers, and the wonder of a whirlwind romance.

This dance has a strong hip movement to enhance your action, and has similar steps to the Cha Cha Cha.

The Samba was originally from Brazil. This dance has even more wiggle than the Cha Cha Cha.

It is sexy, with an exciting bounce action created from use of the ankles and knees.