So, the Pro dancers and the celebs have been paired up and strictly dance fever is on us yet again. If you are suffering from dance fever already, or in danger of contracting the fever, then we have the perfect treatment for you... Come along to our therapy classes commencing Tuesday 18th September at 7:30pm in The Conservative Club, Bedford Road, Sandy. The only known effective treatment for strictly dance fever is to do dance classes for yourself. Come aong and learn to dance like the celebs on strictly. Get fitter and have some fun while lerning a great social skill. Plus be able to pass a knowlegeable critique on the celebs dancing on strictly every saturday night . See you on Tuesday 18th September. https://learn2dancesandy.co.uk for details.
So, the Strictly Come Dancing line up is revealed. The excitement is growing now and we can't wait. Why not join in the fun and learn to dance yourselves. Learn to dance just like they do on Strictly Come Dancing. Classes suitable for absolute beginners and improvers. Starting Tuesday 18th September. The Conservative Club, 19 Bedford Road, Sandy, SG19 2RE. 7:30pm to 9:30pm. £8 Per Person per night. Come along on the night or get in touch for more information.
So, the Strictly Come Dancing line up is getting revealed. The excitement is growing by the day. Why not join in the fun with some dance classes of your own. Learn to dance just like they do on Strictly Come Dancing. Classes suitable for absolute beginners and improvers Starting Tuesday 18th September. The Conservative Club, Bedford Road, Sandy. 7:30pm to 9:30pm.
Are you looking for something to do in the week? Why not try something fun, interesting, challenging and good excersise to boot. Try our Ballroom and Latin American Dance Classes. Come along to our Dance School in Sandy Conservative Club on Tuesday evening from 7:30 to 9:30pm. Learn dances such as Social Foxtrot, Waltz, Quickstep, Jive, Cha Cha and Rumba among others in a fun and friendly environment. Complete beginners welcome as well as accomplished dancers looking to improve their dancing. Let experienced Dance Teachers and Demonstrators guide you every step of the way. Become profficient and confident enough to attend any social dance event and dance the night away in style. Become the envy of the dance floor. See our web site for more information. Or comment on this Blog Post for more information. See you on the dance floor soon.
Many people's favourite ballroom dance. The romantic Waltz is one of the most popular ballroom dances of all time. Considered by some as the mother of present day dances and the backbone dance of the ballroom dancing arena, the Waltz is the basis for many dances. Developed in Germany, the Waltz is popular all over the world. A truly romantic dance, the Waltz is comprised of soft, round, flowing movements. The Waltz is the granddaddy of all ballroom dances. It grew out of the Germanic dances of the 17th and 18th century such as the Ländler and the Allemande. The name ‘Waltz’ comes from an old German word walzen, meaning to roll, turn, or glide. Waltz was the first dance in which the man and lady danced with body contact, and was considered quite scandalous in its day. It was immensely popular all across Europe, first with the lower classes and then with the aristocracy. Waltz features a lovely, elegant rise-and-fall action, ¾ time music and a 1-2-3 rhythm.