Newcomers are always welcome!
Line Dancing gives you the opportunity to exercise, meet new friends, and all the while enjoy good music. If that isn’t reason enough, here’s what one website has to say about line dancing: It may improve Heart Health, increase Aerobic Power, improve Bone Strength (bone-mineral content), increase Balance & Flexibility (reduce fall risk), and increase Muscle Mass (reduce pain & discomfort).
Phyllis Carnochan (519-836-9415) or [email protected]
Please note changes in class times:
|Monday||10:10 to 11:10 a.m.||(Beginners)|
|Monday||11:20 to 12:20 noon||(Beginners)|
|Thursday||1:10 to 2:10 p.m.||(Beginners)|
|Thursday||2:15 to 3:15 p.m.||(Improvers)|
Classes will commence Monday, October 4th at the Evergreen Centre. Have you completed all the requirements listed on the GWSA website to participate in their programs? Because current COVID-19 restrictions limit the number of individuals in the Evergreen auditorium at one time, you must also register with the Line Dancing group for a specific class. If you have not done this yet, we still have space available in the Improver class on Thursday at 2:15, or we can put you on a waitlist for the Beginners classes. To register with the Line Dancing group, call Phyllis Carnochan (519-836-9415) or send an email to [email protected] and indicate your first and second choice of class you wish to attend.
Although our instructors call the steps throughout each dance, the biggest hurdle for beginners is learning the steps. Once you master the basic steps, line dancing becomes more fun and you can relax and start to enjoy the music. If you are new to line dancing and would like the opportunity to learn basic line dance steps, or if you are a seasoned line dancer and would like a refresher course, we are excited to let you know that one of our instructors, along with the GWSA tech staff, has created a video of basic line dance steps. To access this video, send an email to [email protected] and indicate in the subject line “Basic Steps Video”. We will send you a link that you can click on and you will have the opportunity to walk through and practise the steps at home.