Dancing is an awesome way to have fun and spend the night getting to know new and interesting people and it gets you out there socializing. It’s also a great way to hear new music and DJ’s and network for social or business reasons. Now Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia and WikiHow has created a helpful how-to instructions list to enable everyone in the world to learn how to to bust those dance floor moves out in the clubs, thats if you didnt know already. Complete with illustrated pictures this how to guide, meant to help non-experts, accompanies other helpful projects such as “How to Wear Orange Lipstick” Getting All the Right Moves How To Dress To Dance How to Dance Without Embarrassing Yourself, really, go for gold I say, and dance like noone is watching, your there to have fun. But if you master these guides and feeling a little adventurous WikiHow to Booty Clap will have your friends blown away with your new found skills, mastering the art of butt cheek clapping in there quick easy steps. There’s even WikiHow to Build Disco lights, wikiHow to Melbourne Shuffle, wikiHow to Dance With Confidence, wikiHow to Booty Pop, Disco, Hip Hop, WikiHow On How To Go Clubbing and many more.
Today we will share WikiHow How to Dance at a Nightclub.
Tired of being a wallflower? Read this article to learn how to loosen up and have fun dancing at a nightclub!
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Ease Your Nervousness
Get dressed up. The better you feel about yourself, the more fun you will have on the dance floor. Put on your favorite outfit, and be sure to wear something that you can actually move in. Stay away from clothes that are too tight or short, and wear comfortable shoes. (Avoid high heels at all cost, you want to be on that dancefloor all night, moving the grooves, not walking like a cripple)
Go with a group of friends. The more people you are with, the less self-conscious you will feel on the dance floor. In addition, having friends around to talk to will serve as a distraction so that you are not constantly focusing on being watched by strangers. Hit the club with an upbeat group of friends who you enjoy having fun with. (not really that important, by the end of the night everyone will be your friend.)
Scope out the scene. Before heading to the dance floor, do a lap around the club to check out what’s going on. Take in your surroundings, watch other people dancing, and get a feel for the kind of music that is playing. Getting comfortable with your surroundings will cut some of the nervousness you may feel upon entering the club. (Suss out who is there for the music, they the people you want to dance with, not the im in the club for the hook up types, trust me the ppl that are there for the music have way more fun.)
Grab a drink. You don’t have to get drunk to have fun at a club, but consider heading to the bar and sipping on a drink while chatting with your friends. This will help you loosen up, give you time to adjust to the club setting, and maybe even meet new people! ( Bottle of water it is then, kindly ask the bartender for a splash of red cordial, so you can find your H20 easily again, but recommend, keeping a close watch, if need to put this down, and always secure the top)
Relax your muscles. If you are feeling nervous about dancing, you might be tightening up your neck and shoulder muscles or locking up your knees, making dancing feel and look very awkward. Allow these muscles to loosen up. If it helps, head to the bathroom, take a few deep breaths, and shake your entire body to release some tension. (Feel the music, you should be feeling right at home)
How to Dance
Listen to the music. Rather than focusing on what moves you should bust out, take a moment to listen to the song that’s playing and notice the beat. Once you have found the beat, start bobbing your head to the music. This will help you find your rhythm when dancing.
- You will have the most fun dancing to songs that you know or that you like. If you are having trouble finding the beat of unfamiliar music, or if you don’t like the music that’s playing, you might want to sit a few dances out until a song you like comes on.
(Do you recognise any of the music, is it your style, the night is still young to find the right club thats playing your prefered sound. Keep this in mind before the lock outs keep you in)
Find a spot on the dance floor. If you are with a group of friends, then let them encircle you so that you don’t feel self-conscious about being watched by strangers. Allow your body to move naturally to the music. Pay attention to the rhythm of the song that’s playing, and don’t try to dance faster than the beat of the song itself.
- Start by bobbing your head to the beat and moving from side to side.
- Sway your hips back and forth.
- Take small steps from side to side while dancing.
( forget who’s there, just dance like noone is watching, this is your night, just keep on dancing having the best time of your life, PS dancing with everyone and a smile always goes down well, your groove will be infectious)
Watch other people. If you continue to feel uncomfortable or stuck, then look around the dance floor and find some good dancers who really seem to be in their element. Pay attention to their style their rhythm, and imitate some of their moves. Be sure not to be too obvious by constantly staring at one person.
(if alot of time has passed and your still not on that dancefloor, are you sure your in the right club, the right music 99% of the time will thrust you onto the dancefloor)
Smile. Look like you’re having fun! Smiling and laughing with your friends will release endorphins in your body, making dancing feel more natural and fun. Plus, you will look silly dancing with a frown or scowl on your face. (can’t wipe that smile from your face, I know that feeling, everyone else is loving the vibe and the music is doing amazing things, track after track, your in your element. The best night of your life, its just one of many, continue enjoying the night.)