2 New classes have been added to the Sunday Schedule in August!!
Intro to Bolero and Waltz Technique!
JUST DANCE of Omaha provides a smoke and alcohol-free environment in which to learn and practice American Social Style ballroom dancing, as well as the International and competitive pro-am styles. Our programs are structured to provide opportunities to study ballroom dancing, to meet other dancers, and to develop social dance skills in a safe, friendly setting.
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If you are a "new student" considering taking a class let me recommend that you start with an "Introduction to a Watlz or Foxtrot" class. These classes will introduce you to the basic movements and structures you will use in many othe dances.
The basic Waltz and Foxtrot will teach you a little bit about music and how to find the beat. You will learn about lead and follow techniques and how to communicate on the dance floor.
The patterns are relatively easy to learn and you can actually be dancing to the music within a couple hours.
The next class I would take would be, “Intro to Swing.” In this class we concentrate only on one dance and move a little faster.
Last but certainly not least, I would suggest the, “Intro to Latin.” These dances are a little more complicated so the skills you learned in the ballroom class in the swing class will prepare you for them.
This is merely a suggestion so feel free to take the intro class that suits your interest.
Sincerely Ron Shepard
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