5:30 PM - Zumba - $5 pp
This class is lots of fun, high energy music.
Drop in and give it a try! Bring a friend and get started any day. No contracts, only $5 per class!
New Classes Start Every 6 Weeks!
New Classes - January 5, 2015
Monday Evenings
6:30 PM - Smooth Sampler
Waltz, Foxtrot & Tango

(Prerequisite - None, beginner level)



This class covers the elegant smooth dances; great for weddings, social functions and cruises. You will learn several steps in each of these dances; feeling confident to get out on the dance floor at the next function. This is a great class for those that have never danced before and want a nice slow - easy entry to dancing.

Waltz - Dating back about 300 years and popular all over the world, the waltz is the "backbone" dance of the ballroom. With its easy-to-hear 1-2-3, 1-2-3 rhythm pattern and simple box step foundation pattern, it's also easy to learn.
7:30 PM - West Coast Swing
Level One
(Prerequisite - None, beginner level)
This dance consists of six and eight count patterns, which are done in a slot. The woman no longer rocks back as in the East Coast Swing, but instead she always walks forward on count one. This dance is uaually done to medium tempo swing music; frequently slower than ECS. This dance has no bounce and a very smooth feel.
The West Coast swing has been referred to as a "living dance" due to the fact that it is constantly evolving with contemporary music. In recent years, it has changed dramatically with musicality becoming more essential to the dance genre. It is one of the most innovative dance genres because it allows the dancer a lot of freedom of expression since it is based on two count rhythm units. It is unique as a dance genre due to its form of call and response between the lead and follow creating a dialogue between the dancers.
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Six Weeks Series (50 minutes per class)
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- No refunds or credits for missed classes
Classes are designed in a series format so that you can build on material from week to week.
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Attire: Casual comfortable clothing, Wear comfortable shoes, that will stay on your feet well.  Shoes that have a smooth sole, such as leather are best. Please do not wear shoes with black rubber soles. For your safety: No tennis shoes, sandals or flip flops please.
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