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practice and improve our slow foxtrot and salsa

Second week of a slow foxtrot and salsa  class from 5.30 pm (Beginners) to 10 pm, working through improver and intermediate levels. A good class to revise and improve your foxtrot and learn a bit of salsa. Good value for money at only six pounds for the class, and you can stay as long as our instructor says that you can keep up. No partner required. Men with some experience are especially welcome, to hep keep our numers balanced (which are pretty good at present at about anaverage of ten women to nine men).

We have more students under the age of forty than most dance schools, and have a dedicated, enthusiastic and patient youngish male dance teacher. He is available for private lessons during the two half hour tea breaks (when we do free dancing practice) at the very reasonable charge of £20 for twenty five minutes, for a one to one (or two to one if you have a partner) lesson in an upstairs studio.

Our students are genrally friendly, enthusiastic and motivated. Free tea is included in the entry price. We generally swap partners during the lessons, but it's not compulsory. The hall is well ventilated and there's a very large dance floor. Any questions- phone George on[masked],

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  • A former member
    A former member

    Will give it a go and see if I can catch up

    February 9, 2013

  • George Tudor H.

    Slow foxtrot is the most difficult of the ballroom dances. If you have a good ear for rhythm and are well co ordinated you would be OK for the Beginers class, and possibly the improvers. Salsa is much easier.

    February 8, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    Hi I missed the first lesson last week (have never danced foxtrot before) would I be able to catch up if I came this week?

    February 8, 2013

    • Andy

      Many of the people have done a little before but the beginners class on sunday will cover the basics again so it will be well worth you coming along.

      February 8, 2013

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