The Cha Cha was essentially born from the Latin Mambo dance, as it underwent subtle changes. It was triple mambo, and then peculiar scraping and shuffling sounds during the “tripling” produced the imitative sound of Cha Cha Cha. This then became a dance in itself. If you’d like to learn more, or are interested in Cha Cha dance lessons in Toronto, visit us at DanceProfessionals Studio! The energetic rhythm of the Cha Cha encourages you to cut loose and let your personality show.
History of the Cha Cha
One of the most popular Latin dances in the U.S., the Cha Cha began as a variation of the Mambo called triple Mambo. It was so easy and so much fun; it became the rage of the early 1950’s. It’s infectious one-two, one-two-three, rhythm demands that sitters become dancers. Everybody can learn the Cha Cha.