Immerse yourself in the fascinating world of dance.

Here you will find books with step and figure explanations in understandable simple language in the following dance directions:

  • Standard Dances (Slow Waltz, Viennese Waltz, Tango, Quickstep, Slowfox)
  • Latin American dances (Rumba, Cha Cha Cha, Jive, Samba, Pasodoble)
  • Discofox
  • West Coast Swing
  • Argentine tango
  • Salsa
  • Bachata
  • New Vogue
  • Children’s dances
  • Dances for Seniors
  • Seat Dances
  • Rollator Dance
  • Dancing without partner / single dance (also called line dance)
  • Block dances
  • circle dances
  • Mixer
  • Fun and party dances

Dancing is fun and pure joy of life. Movement to music.

It is important to me that my students understand what they are doing and how movements are connected and why. I structure my lessons and also my books accordingly.

Dancing is like running and absolutely no witchcraft. Except that someone tells you in which direction you are going and how many steps. Then bit by bit actions in the body are added. Movements that you also know from everyday situations. So really anyone can learn to dance. It is only up to you how far you want to learn to dance.

To be able to dance is not difficult. It starts with the first step and then it starts to stick to it.

Immerse yourself in the world of dance and be enchanted by every single dance.

The human being has only two feet, two arms, a head and the body in between. You will be amazed at the similarities you will encounter in different dances and dance directions.

Unfortunately, a book does not write itself as fast as I would like it to and I have not written down everything I would like to tell you about dance or the individual dances. But I will stay on it and see what I can teach you from my knowledge in this life.

In any case I wish you much joy in dancing.