tea dance

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How it's works

Danced in a medium to large hall with no obvious obstruction.

Can be danced on wooden floor, Lino or carpeted floor.

Dance shoes, good and soft leather sole are best but street shoes can work as well.

Wear loose closed to be able to move more freely.

Student must be aware of body odours including overwhelming perfumes


Party dance

Fun & simple combination of step danced in group holding each other and going around the dance.

Eg; Conga danced to popular music holding waist or shoulder of the partner in front of you.


Sequence Dance

Popular & cheerful danced with a partner often mirroring the step of each other. 

Those dances are in generally little bit  need more challenging to learn but still remain enjoyable.  

Eg: Lambeth walk danced to a set music and shouting (the perfect pressure release)


Line Dance

Learn a string of step to repeat for the all length of the music facing one direction or some time more than one direction (the teacher will be able to judge if appropriate or not.

Eg: Cowboy Charleston danced to  energetic Charleston music, kicking legs and hands.


Latin & ballroom 

Learn a routine or learn the secret of leading and following a partner to Latin and Ballroom music

Eg: Cha cha, Rumba, Foxtrot, waltz, Jive ...


Freestyle Dance

Dance by yourself, with a partner or in a group by moving in place or around to Disco, Pop and club music.

Eg: Disco, Reggae, Rock, (the teacher can give you an instruction how to feel and dance to the beat)

Line dance

Sequence

Local guest  entertainer

Jive

Ballroom

Next Tea Dance Thursday 28th Septembre 2017

NEW Mondays Dance class from 14.30 to 15.15

at Waterloo Action Centre, 14 Baylis Road, London SE1 7AA

SALSA for beginners (September)


£3 for all or £5 including line dance from 15.15 to 16.15

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