Dance Course Schedule
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Dance Course Descriptions
Basic Beginner Ballroom Dancing
If you are new to Ballroom Dancing or would like a refresher course, these classes will help you feel at ease at a dinner dance, wedding, club, holiday party, or cruise. Learn how to FoxTrot, Swing, Tango, Waltz as well as steps for Latin dances.
Basic Beginner Carolina Shag
Enjoy this fun-filled basic beginner’s course for couples and singles who enjoy shag music from the sixties. You will learn the rhythmic timing with a six-count basic shag step, a few simple turns, shag dance floor etiquette and how to put a dance together.
Beginner Carolina Shag I
Learn new steps that will move your Shag knowledge from basic to a more challenging level. This course is for couples and singles who like Shag music from the 60s and know the basic six-count Shag steps. You will learn social steps and lead and follows, adding to your dance routine from the previous class. Basic Beginner Carolina Shag class not required but strongly suggested prior to taking this course.
Beginner Carolina Shag II
Continue your knowledge growth even more with this Beginner’s Shag II course. You will learn new variations and lead and follow steps continuing to add to your dance routines. Prerequisite: Beginning Shag I or equivalent proficiency.
Beginner Level Line Dancing
Learn a fun way to exercise, reduce stress, and increase energy and muscle tone. The first few weeks, you will learn a repetitive approach to basic line dance steps and simple routines. You will gradually be introduced to new, faster, and more difficult steps and routines that will move you to a more advanced level. We will be dancing to country and rock and roll music. Flat leather-soled shoes are recommended. This course is designed for beginners to learn basic steps before moving to more complex dances in our Beginner /Intermediate Line Dancing course.
Here is a fun way for you to exercise, reduce stress, and increase energy and muscle tone, and you do not need a partner. The first few weeks will include a repetitive approach to learning basic line dance steps and simple routines. You will review prior steps and gradually be introduced to new, faster, and more difficult steps and routines that will move you to a more advanced level. You will be dancing country and rock and roll music. Flat leather-soled shoes are recommended.
Intermediate/Advanced Line Dancing
Learn line dances that are more challenging. This course is for those who have taken line dance before and want to advance in knowledge and skill. This class is at a faster pace and is not recommended for beginners.