Cathy Gullo



Learning to dance is fun and it is easy. It's the oldest form of art in every part of the world in which moods and emotions are expressed in movement; rhythm, grace and harmony.

Dancing develops grace and poise, timing and balance. Men take pride in leading their partners with assurance and poise. Ladies enjoy the challenge in following their partners smoothly and correctly.

  Taking dance lessons is a great way to improve your confidence, it is a way to get fit and have fun. And It's Easier Than You Think...

Lots of people start with social dancing and later find that their love to dance compelling them to take some lessons to become better dancers.

Dancing as great social benefits, you will make new and lasting relationships and dancing on a regular basis will produce significant mental and physical health benefits. Dancing is a great stress reliever, builds confidence, alertness and it's a enjoyable exercise.

You do not need a partner to start ballroom dancing, a lots of classes accept singles. If you already have a partner then you will have fun learning together.

There are no special clothes for social dancing, except that they need to be comfortable and fit the ambiance. However when choosing shoes think about not only appearance but also comfort, support and protection,. make sure that they have some "slip" on a wooden floor. Wear ones with a smooth sole or a leather sole.

If you are just starting....  Don't expect to be able to do ALL the dances right a way! Start with one and work on it slowly and  you will learn a lot from watching others. Come back a second week and it'll seem more familiar. It usually takes a few weeks just to get used to Ballroom Dancing and to get those brain cells into gear too - especially the ones that tell your feet what to do! 

Remember to drink something during the evening, even just plain water tastes great when you are warm.  


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