March 2, 2024

Various Latin dances in Donauwörth with Cha Cha Cha, Jive and Rumba


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Dance teacher Matthias Gronostay is convinced: “Everyone can dance.” He explains how beginners can have fun quickly and what style is suitable for beginners.

One slow step, then two fast steps, then another slow step. More than ten years after the school's dance course, the memory of the basic cha-cha-cha step – with a little support from dance teacher Matthias Gronostay – came back unexpectedly quickly. The 28-year-old is the owner of Dance Vision dance school in Mitte Donaworth. He explains how the Latin dances Cha-Cha-Cha, Jive and Rumba are done and gives tips on how even beginners can enjoy dancing quickly.

It's a quiet Wednesday afternoon in Donauwörth. The studio remains empty and provides an unexpected space for one-on-one lessons with dance teacher Matthias Gronostay. He immediately introduces “you” and sits on one of the sofas at the entrance to the room at the beginning of the lesson. He talks about how he got into dancing and what the difference is between different types of dance.

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