Fundamentals Of Ballroom
In this 12-video course, Mirko & Edita combine fundamental explanation of the core principles of ballroom dancing with novel choreographies.
Mirko & Edita Gozzoli
4 hours 20 minutes
Mirko & Edita Gozzoli are one of the most renowned names in ballroom dancing. They have been both World Champions and European Champions and have been dancing for both WDC and WDSF. The couple started dancing together in 2009 and have ended their competitive career in 2014 by winning the World Title at the WDSF PD World Championship in Nanjing, China. They spend their time teaching in their own dance studio in Livorno, Italy, where they also live.
What You’ll find In This Course
Mirko & Edita structured this course in two parts: Theory and Choreography.
In the theoretical part of this course, they will offer you clear, essential and detailed explanations of the fundamental principles of Ballroom such as posture, hold, centres, footwork & body action.
In the choreography part of this course, you will learn four innovative choreographies by Mirko & Edita and how to directly apply the theoretical principles on them.
This course is perfect for those intermediate & advanced level dancers who want to master their knowledge of fundamental principles of Ballroom, while learning novel choreographies that will make you stand out on the competition floor.
Master the fundamental principles of Ballroom.
Learn four innovative choreographies.
Find out how to apply the theoretical principles directly on your new choreographies.
Once you mastered this course, learn new tricks and wow your audience with Mirko & Edita's latest course Fashionable Choreographies & The Technique Behind Them
What they say
"I love the course, I start dancing in 1965 and now I self-train and teach couples with everything I learned and the new course from Edita and Mirko. I am trilled I can train to reach the high level I had, even that I am 70 now."
"Thank you very much for this clear explanation of posture. It helps me a lot to recreate space for my partner during the dance. Your lecture is an outstanding role model of our dancing civilization."