CHA CHA Classes
A delectable mix of Mambo and Rumba, Cha Cha evolved in Cuba in 1940s. This foot tapping dance form was a creation of composer and violinist Enrique Jorrin. Its vivacious foot-tapping sounds reverberate in the ballroom making the atmosphere come alive. A real charmer for Latin Americans since ages, it has gained popularity around the world as the most perky dance form. Characterized with tiny steps and a lot of hip movements, Cha Cha is danced in a 4/4 time. The fourth beat is divided into two giving it one, two, cha cha rhythm.
A combination of the Mambo and the American Swing, Cha cha cha is danced to a buoyant rhythm that gives rise to a happy and cheery atmosphere.