SATURDAY NIGHT DJ PLAYLIST
County Line - What Cha Reckon - Wagon Wheel Rock - This Is Me - Walk Like rihanna - Cheap Talk plus more
2014 LINEDANCE WEEKENDS
Britannia Hotel, Coventry:Carl Shay, Richard Palmer...Cumberland Hotel, Eastbourne: Billy Bubba, Calico, Pete Shaw...Mundesley Holiday Village, Norfolk: Richard Palmer, Calico, Bob Keeley, Billy Curtis, Rancher...Trouville Hotel, IOW: Bob Keeley, Natalie
THE HOOK CENTRE, Chessington: NEW IMPROVER/EASY INTERMEDIATE CLASS STARTING TUE 3rd SEPT 2013 from 11.15 to 12.15...FUN FILLED EASY GOING SESSIONS...SEE WHERE TO LINE DANCE PAGE FOR VENUE DETAILS.
THESE WEEKENDS ARE FOR ALL...REGARDLESS OF WHETHER YOU DANCE WITH ME...ARE A SEASONED LINE DANCER OR A BEGINNER...SO WHY NOT COME ALONG AND GIVE IT A GO...SEE LINEDANCE WEEKENDS PAGES FOR MORE DETAILS.
Hi, my name is Janice and I have been teaching linedancing for 19 years (before that I was teaching Movement & Exercise Fitness classes from 1980 until bitten by the 'linedance bug') and have several well established classes in the Chessington, Merton, Morden, Surbiton, Sutton (St Helier area), Tolworth and Wimbledon areas of South West London and Surrey ranging from beginners to improvers through to intermediates +. Whatever sessions you choose you will experience professional, high quality teaching in relaxed and friendly, classes where the emphasis is on 'FUN'.
If you have never been linedancing before you will find it is a great way of keeping fit. It helps co-ordination and delays memory loss as your brain is being kept active by learning the dances. So come and give it a go...whatever your age...you are never too old to linedance...our dancers ages range from a 10 year old upto a 90 year old...or should I say young.
You also make new friends and open up a whole new social life. We have monthly socials and club linedance weekends away in addition to the weekly classes where we dance to many types of music including Country, Pop, Disco, Irish and Latin.
There is no pressure to be perfect, you can laugh when you go wrong, after all you can never go wrong...you are just improvising!!!
LINEDANCING IS ALL GOOD FUN...COME ALONG...AND GIVE IT A GO