SOME CLASSES ARE GOING LIVE BUT YOU CAN STILL JOIN ME ON-LINE!
COVID-19 can’t stop us from dancing and socializing from a distance!
My drop-in Sunday line dance class continues weekly. We start dancing with Beginner dances 6:30-7:30pm, and Improver dances 7:30-8:30pm. I review some dances, do a two-wall walk-through on others, and teach new dances. Requests always welcome.
The link for the Sunday the Zoom classes:
Or use the Meeting ID: 447 950 9948, with Password: purple
NEW ARLINGTON COMMUNITY EDUCATION CLASS Starting Wednesday, January 19 and continuing for 10 weeks, Arlington Community Education two step and line dance classes return live AND on Zoom. You need to register & pay through Arlington Community Ed. Please note that MASKS ARE REQUIRED while on the school premises, and proof of vaccination is required for registration.
WEDNESDAYS in Arlington will return in the fall
* COUNTRY WESTERN LINE DANCING: It’s fun, it’s easy, it’s exercise? Yes! Line dancing is a simple way to get low-impact light exercise. This is a class designed for anyone who likes to move to music. Line dances are pre-set routines that require no partner,no particular skill, no experience, and no equipment. Everyone, from teens to seniors, can participate–just line up and follow the calls.
Start date: Wednesday, Spetember 22
Time: Beginner 6-7:15pm, Improver 7:30-8:45pm
contact Arlington Community Education for registration www.arlingtoncommunityed.org (781) 316-3568
* SWING DANCE PLUS: For those comfortable with the triple step, here’s your chance to add to your repertoire and improve your swing style. We’ll introduce 8-count moves, including a lindy turn. Learn to become a better leader/follower. Come with a partner, or come alone. Add to your fun and get some terrific exercise!
SUNDAYS IN MEDFORD
Line dancing continues on Zoom while I look for a new location.
* Rape Aggression Defense (RAD) Training:The goal of the RAD program is to provide realistic self-defense options—both risk reduction and physical resistance—for women. Preparation through education and training is the best way to avoid (if possible) or survive (when needed) an assault situation. Learn techniques to disable an assailant, risk avoidance methods, and empowerment through knowledge.
Start date:Coming in February/March 2022