Is this possible? Short answer: nope.
Long answer: You can try to learn from written descriptions, but that is hard. You can learn from videos, for which you can find info elsewhere in this FAQ. The best way to learn is from a real live teacher.
That said, there are some dance lessons on the web.
Furthermore, here is some general dance info on the web, more meant to supplement than supplant your other learning.
Syllabi on the net:
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