The Paso Doble was originally danced after bullfights in Spain, and dates back to many centuries ago. After the bullfights, the villagers would dance to the exiting, lively music for hours to celebrate the victorious toreador. When dancing the Paso Doble, the gentleman usually portrays the toreador and the lady is his cape. Characterized by intricate, convoluted hand movements, this is the dance to learn how to entice the crowd or your partner with fluid arms. Great for those needing to boost their assertive side.