About Us
J.J. Rodriguez is a trusted name in dancing for over 50 years.  He is a Ballroom and Latin American dance teacher with internationally recognized qualifications.  Across a span of 50 years, J. J. Rodriguez has made valuable contributions to the development of Ballroom and Latin American dancing in India.

He introduced the authentic Mambo and the Cha Cha Cha in India.  His individualistic Latin style won him the Rumba Championship in 1951. Among his other achievements is the choreography he created for the 1994 Walt Disney production of Jungle Book starring Jason’s Scott Lee (Moogli) and Lena Heady.  The film sequence also called for the training of a large number of dancers who performed the Viennese Waltz.  This was the first time in India that such a large group was trained to perform this dance in formation. 

For over two decades, J.J. Rodriguez propagated the idea that Ballroom dancing should be included as an event in the Olympics.  It is now accepted as a sport in the Asian games.

J.J. Rodriguez has enriched the lives of people through three generations. He has helped them to shed diffidence and acquire confidence, grace, a spirit of youthfulness -- qualities that lend sparkle to a personality. His family members have been trained to join him in upholding these traditions.   That is why people from all sections of society in India and overseas seek out our school when they want to learn Ballroom or Latin American dancing.