Paso Doble

“Paso Doble” means “two-step” in Spanish, and there is a Spanish flavour to the whole dance. Representing a bull-fight, the man is a matador and the woman his cape. The moves can be showy, but the basic steps follow a 1-2 1-2 marching rhythm that can be easily picked up and enjoyed on a social floor.

Learn the Paso Doble at Long-Steps

We’ll take you through all the steps from scratch. Even if you have never danced before, we will show you how. You do not need a partner to learn the dance, your instructor will dance through it with you.

Long-Steps currently teaches the Paso Doble periodically during our Beginner Classes, Advanced Classes, and by Private Tuition.

Long-Steps teaches the Jive according to a combination of the Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing (ISTD) Dance Examinations Board’s Latin American Paso Doble, and other reputable ballroom technique publications and resources.

History of the Paso Doble

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Technical Details

Time Signature: 2/4
Musical Selection: Paso Doble
Tempo Range: 58 to 62 bars per minute

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