Halfway with James Blunt and Ward Thomas
So why Line dancing?
Often associated with Country and Western music - such is the might of their PR machine - line dancing has been around much longer than Achy Breaky Heart, which most people remember and we have never danced. Have a look through our A-Z Dance List to see the range of music that is played and the dances we have taught over the years.
Yes - we do use modern Country music but line dancing has moved on a lot to include many styles of dance such as Latin American - Cha Cha, Samba, Swing/Jive, Salsa and Mambo and from Ballroom - Waltz and even Tango.
Learning solo dancing first can help you move on to partnership/couple dancing in both the Country styles as well as Ballroom and Latin.
Dance is not just about exercising the body but remembering the routines gives your mind a bit of a work-out too
We keep alive the best from the 90s but we teach 'modern' dances too - many of our dance sheets now include the date they were choreographed, We use these instructions to make sure what you dance is correct - some may just follow a YouTube video without checking the intended steps.
If you are a dancer visiting London why not join us - we teach from Linedancer's charts to keep in touch with what is being danced elsewhere on the scene
Line dancing is international - learn with us and dance across the UK, on holiday in many places abroad - there are too many to list but see our links page for some LGBT clubs and Bill Bader's site for lots more
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