Scottish Country Dancing is a form of traditional Scottish social dancing involving sets of dancers, usually in groups of 6 or 8, dancing to the reels, jigs and strathspeys of Scotland. This form of dance became popular in the 18th century and has evolved to include specific dance steps and formations repeated in various patterned sequences. Country dancing is often seen in local village halls and ceilidh events in Scotland.
Scottish Country dancing is fun and lively. Dancing of any sort contributes to mental and physical well-being, and Scottish Country dancing is no exception.