Line Dances taught October 2018

Classes have been very much up and down this month, I think that's because as schools have gone back many retired dancers have gone away on holiday.

Dances Taught this month include ...

Clueless (Choreographed by Daniel Whittaker & Tina Argyle) We both decided to choreograph an easy improver line dance so we have been teaching this across the country, and I have been teaching at all five classes. It's gone down really well, if you want the step sheet just email me!

Groovy Love (Choreographed by Fred Whitehouse, Daniel Trepat, Jonas Dahlgren) I love this dance, it's great fun and so simple! I would have liked to have seen an intermediate version to this music as they could have done a floor split. 

Bethlehem Child (Choreographed by Roy Verdonk, Jose Miguel Bellone Vane, & Sebastiaan Holtland) This is one of my favorite dances this year, the step sheet looks hard but trust me when I say it's easy, give it a go - GREAT FUN!

It's Your Moves (Choreographed by Nev & Julie) I think this is another favorite of mine, great funky song and the steps are decent too, I highly recommend learning this dance!

Waves of Love (Choreographed by Gary O'Reilly) I wasn't sure at first, as the music wasn't really grabbing me, but I decided to teach it as I could see other local clubs teaching it, It seems to have gone down fairly well, There are a few turns that can make you feel a bit sick but you can take them out! 

I've Been Waiting For You (Choreographed by Alison Johnstone & Joshua Talbot) Again I wasn't sure with this one, but you know the more I dance it the more I like, and surprisingly the dancers really like it too, it's not a hard dance. I would say either high improver / east intermediate, go and give it a go!

Here are the TOP 10 class favorites for October ..

  1. It's Your Moves
  2. Bethlehem Child
  3. Soldier 
  4. Clueless
  5. Delicate
  6. Vanotek Cha
  7. Taking Chances
  8. The Thing About You
  9. I Close My Eyes

 

Have a great November

 

Daniel x