CURRENT LINE DANCE LESSONS -

NOTE CLASS Will be held on Tuesday June 26 instead of Wednesday the 27th. No class on July 4th, classes will resume on Wednesday July 11.


RESIDENTS OF Carolina Orchards Community

Passes can be purchased for additional classes. For passes and pricing please contact Laura Fay at 727-244-8863.

NOTE: I will start playing music prior to class start time so we can practice the dances.

 

Step Sheets for dances taught

Feb 21, 2018  -- Body Like a Back Road
                                    -- Chiki Cha Cha

Feb 28, 2018  -- Dirty

Mar 7, 2018  --  Mamma Maria

March 14, 2018  -- Feeling Kinda Lonely

March 21, 2018 -- Cruisin

March 28, 2018 -- Rita's Waltz

April 4, 2018    -- Reviewed Crusin & Rita's Waltz above.

April 11, 2018  -- Cowboy Cha Cha &  Foxy Girl

April 18, 2018 --  Champagne Promise  ** Top rated dance

April 25, 2018 -- Finish Champagne Promis and review past dances.

May 9, 2018 -- Cooler Than Me

May 16, 2018 -- Something In The Water

May 23, 2018 -- Reviews

May 30 2018 -- Reviews

June 6, 2018 -- Wrapped Inside Your Love

June 13 2018 -- BoardWalk Angel

June 20 2018 -- Something In The Water

June 26 2018 -- Yes Tuesday this week only!
                            The Wilber.

July 4 2018 -- NO CLASS

July 11 2018  -- Classe resumes. The Wilber.

 

 

 

 

Dance Calendar

Please See Archives for past class information!



More About Line Dancing

April & I strive to bring you the latest and most upbeat line dances available. If you're new to line dancing I encourage you to read the history and evolution of line dancing by David Powell. David has really captured the changes around Line Dancing over the recent years Dance Photoand why the country image is still the impression in the public eye even today. Today's younger generations and the ability to share dances over the internet has brought on the biggest change I have ever seen in line dancing. We now have some of the best choreography / music, making line dancing more appealing to the general public than ever before. Line dancing is for anyone, any age, single or married and today's line dances are choreographed to many dance styles, Waltz, Cha Cha, Rumba and Swing to name a few. If you're studying ball room dance and don't have a partner on a specific night this is a change for you to get out and work on your rise-and-fall during a Waltz, or the Cuban motion to Rumba. YouTube brings us the ability to visually see and learn dances, you will notice that most of the dances we teach also include a link to the video for you reference.  Our classes are designed for all levels, you can start any time just show up with shoes that allow you to move on the wood floor, sneakers are not a good choice because they grip the floor and won't allow movement. Don't forget to bring bottled water and your sense of humor!

I am really excited about the dance selection we picked to kick off the 2010 season and the large turnout is really motivating. So if you're a new or experienced line dancer we have something for you,