EMPTY NESTERS: What if . . . you could spend quality time together to rediscover the fun factor as a couple?
WEDDING COUPLES (or Parents): What if . . . you could learn basic ballroom steps so onlookers would be envious of your smooth moves?
CRUISE LOVERS: What if . . . you could learn fun, cool moves so you shine on the night club dance floor?
SINGLES: What if you could be dancing and meeting new people at a local dance this weekend? No more standing on the sidelines! Learn (and practice) my beginner steps. You might just catch someone's eye!
Some people call it ballroom dancing or social dancing; some call it partner dancing. I use the terms interchangeably. It is dancing with a partner as one unit.
And, although there is a Leader and a Follower, dancing is a partnership as you move across the dance floor. There is give and take on each side. It's learning how and when to execute basic cues (Leaders) and learning how and when to react to those physical and visual cues (Followers). Once you learn the basics of one dance you can apply your new skills to other dances as well.
So let's get started! Set aside about 45 minutes at least once a week (just as if you were taking a local group class). Dance when you are feeling fresh, relaxed and open to learning. The patterns in the resource library are just like what I teach locally.
Once you've danced through the lessons with me I recommend you set aside 20 minutes a day for "maintenance" dancing so that you build muscle memory (i.e. let your brain catch up to your feet or vice versa!). More dance time is even better. And, if you get stuck, you can always post a question in my VIP group and we'll work to get you "unstuck!"
The next step is for you to go to a local dance and have a great time!
The more you dance, the better you get; the better you get, the more you dance"! Quote ~ Ballroom Made Simple
See you on the dance floor!"