It is officially party season and you do know what we love about the partying? The endless dancing. If you are planning a Christmas party, or any party at all, hitting the the town's most popular nightclub with friends or work buddies, be the life of any party with these dance moves. It is time to practice a few dance moves, friends but with us around, that will simply breeze through with our help. Check out this list of the season's most groovy dance moves and become the life of any party by hitting the start button as soon as you step on the dance floor.
Top Dance Moves For The Christmas Party
1. The Moonwalk
Whether you grew up in the era of Michael Jackson or not, every generation can find the Moonwalk infinitely cool. The dance move is a little difficult to master but once you learn to coordinate the snap of one foot while sliding the other, it would be a cakewalk for you.
2. The Gangnam Style
This dance move became very popular after the song, 'Oppa, Gangnam style' is the heart of every party. The dance move became popular in 2012 when a music video of the song became a hit with billions of viewers.
3. The Macarena Dance
The 90s kids will surely relate to these dance steps. The Macarena dance involves easy arm movements, a hip shake and a little hop. Keep it simple.
This dance move includes a still body and the movement in shoulders and hips which are quickly alternated back and forth. The shimmy usually works with most of the songs and once to practice it well you are like the professional shimmy dancer.
5. The Robot Dance
This one is the simplest of the lot. You feel the music and let your body move like a robot. Creating stiff movements with the arms, legs and neck and incorporating no limits to the robot is the dance routine for this one. Usually the dance moves suit loud electro music.
6. The Floss
The floss became our personal favourite a few years back. May it be the kids, or the adults, you cannot stop once you ace the floss. Practice this move with your family to get the coordination on point and do not stop flossing ever.
7. The Vogue
This dance move originated in the 60s in New York and was popularised by the pop icon Madonna. She used arm and body movements with a serious face to create an expressive dance. The best thing about the dance form is you can never go wrong with the moves and are free to choose any creative ideas.
So what will be your move this Christmas?