Foxtrot

The Foxtrot, created in 1912 by Harry Fox, is the original dance in which partners held each other closer than arm’s length. Today, the foxtrot still remains popular for its bare simplicity, better known as the “slow dance.” Excellent for developing the fluidity of movement and smoothness, the Foxtrot is a stone-cold classic if you are the type of person taken by the romantic elegance in ballroom dancing.



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