NY Style Mambo

Originally from Cuba, the Mambo is enjoyed throughout the world because of its high energy and infectious rhythms. NY Style Mambo had its humble beginnings at the infamous Palladium Ballroom. This style is a flirtatious dance component that includes the basics, body movement, steps, footwork and timing.  Students learn the foundation of Mambo dancing with occasional points, kicks, and exaggerated hip movements combined with long, flowing movements and sharp quick steps.

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