Balboa is a form of swing dance which originated from California. It is danced in a close embrace and usually danced in faster tempo of music. Its basic steps are very simple and allow for different footwork variations.
Blues dancing is a dance form used to describe a family of dance styles that have developed throughout the history of Blues music. It offers a distinct kind of partner dance that allows for improvised steps within a set of standard techniques.
Lindy hop is a very popular type of partner dance which is fun and dynamic. It is usually danced to relatively fast swing music. It is also characterized by a free, spontaneous couple dance with great emphasis on rhythmical variations and groove.
West Coast Swing is a partner dance which originated from Lindy Hop. The dance is characterized by a distinctive elastic look that results from its basic extension-compression technique of partner connection. It is mostly performed in a slotted area in the dance floor.