Paso Doble

Literally meaning “Two Step” in Spanish, the Paso Doble is named after the marching rhythm of the matador at the start of a Spanish bull fight.  This dance is a dramatic interpretation of a matador facing the bull. The man dances as the matador leading the charge, while the lady emulates the spirit of his cape with swirling, circular motions around the man, as if distracting the bull from his attacker. Paso Doble is truly unique in the world of ballroom dancing.