Welcome! I'm Julie, your hostess and primary instructor. Since all classes are on hiatus until further notice, I am pleased to invite you to my virtual dance classes. In addition, Everett Cable TV recorded my two classes, so you can practice line dance and Healthy-Steps any time you want. Links are below. And I just recorded new classes, so stay tuned!
ZOOM LINE DANCE LESSONS AND DANCING ARE HAPPENING!
So push back the couch, roll back the rug, move the kitchen table, and get ready to dance! In an effort to keep us sane, get us moving again, and entertain while we practice “social gathering at a distance,” I'll be teaching and reviewing some new dances, along with some oldies but goodies.
If you join via the app, it saves the Meeting ID, which is 447 950 9948. Click Join, then it asks for the meeting ID. If you click on the little down arrow, it will show up as Julie Kaufmann's personal meeting. It will then ask for the password, which is purple.
So, until we can meet in person, please join me on line.
Sunday Drop-In 6:15-8:30 pm
- 6:30-7:30 pm Beginner hour
- 7:30-8:30 pm Improver+ hour
Wednesday Intensives February 17, March 24 & 31
- 7-8:30 pm, $15 per class (in PayPal, put 3 classes @ $5)
- February 17: Havana Cha and Knockin’ Boots
- March 24: Vertical Expression & Telepathy
- March 31: Zydeco Lady & My Maria
Thursday "Malden" Intermediate drop-in class (replacing my class at Malden Senior Center)
- 10:30-11:30 am
- Everyone welcome
- Mostly reviews and dancing
Price? Sliding scale donations are gratefully accepted. If you are income-impacted in any way, please enjoy the dancing free-of-charge and without guilt.
- If you can donate, there are three options:
- $5 (all I can afford)
- $10 (regular price)
- $20 (a little extra)
Looking forward to seeing you on the screen!
Everett Cable TV (prerecorded classes,viewable any time)
Please note that classes are rotated, so sometimes one particular class is ot available. Try to other links!
Line Dance Classes
About Julie Kaufmann Dancin'
From the crowds at First Night Boston to an intimate country wedding, in nightclubs and offices, at Boston black tie fund raisers and outdoor picnics, on college campuses and Alzheimers residences, people all around Boston have been enjoying my lessons.
Even better, they have been getting up and dancing!
Dancing knows no barriers: young and old, men and women, athletes and couch potatoes, singles and couples, all can participate.You can do it in heels or wingtips, runners or boots; you can wear pants or a dress, suits or sweats. Dancing is easy, and everyone can enjoy it. Everyone--even the watchers--will leave with a smile.