Our ballroom dancing winners just came back from the Embassy Ballroom Dance Championships in Orange County.
- Guillermo danced with Valerie Addas in the World Pro/Am Championships and were bronze medalists in American Rhythm and finalists in American Smooth.
- Guillermo danced with Yukiko Fukushima in the World Pro/Am Cabaret Championships and were Silver Medalists.
Pro/Am events are where amateurs dance with their professional dance teachers. I encourage all of you to consider competitive ballroom dancing. You will be amazed at how quickly your dancing will improve when you have a goal.
Congratulations to our ballroom dancing winners. We’re proud of your achievements!
The Embassy Ballroom Championships have hosted only the best ballroom dancers for over 30 years and is now one of the top ballroom dance competitions in the United States hosting top-ranked ballroom dancers from around the world.
You might think that competitive ballroom dancing is intimidating and just for the best dancers, but it’s actually a lot of fun and a great way to improve your dancing quickly.
If you are interested in competing in a ballroom dance competition ask your ballroom dance teacher for more information.