WHO SHOULD BE DANCING (AND TAKE UP LESSONS)?

  • Absolutely Everybody (age 3+) – for hundreds of reasons! – but if you are a bit more curious, please read on.
  • Any…
    • Single Person
    • Couple – the BEST activity a couple can do together (the principles employed why dancing and relationships work, are the same!)
    • Men, Guys, Boys (dancing was created for men, by men (the pre- and post- “war dances” & “hunt dances” – at some point, women just could not bear to be left out from all the fun anymore! There are lots of ladies out there who want to dance and who love to dance; you’ll make your partner happy; you are respected and admired by both other men as well as practically all women.
    • Pre-school & School Children
    • Tertiary Students – various possibilities & events
    • Pensioners – keep mobile, flexible, strong, agile, fit and the mind sound!
    • Disabled Persons (Wheelchair, Blind)
  • Any candidate for…
    • the Matric Farewell Dance (for a successful and memorable dance experience)
    • a Talent Competition (for a successful and memorable dance experience)
    • a Debutante Ball event (for a successful and memorable dance experience)
    • a 21st Birthday Party & their guests (for a successful and memorable dance experience)
  • Any prospective…
    • Wedding Couple, their guests & entourage (for a successful and memorable dance experience)
    • and active Dance Teacher
  • Anyone
    • needing rehab & improvement of movement (suffer from headaches, sore muscles, nervous system issues, muscular & skeletal deformities…)
    • needing more self-confidence – on and off the dance floor
    • working in public and with the public
    • who is tressed-out at home or at work
    • who just want to be able to “dance like the Stars
    • looking to pursue dance as a professional career
  • Anyone who wants/needs …
    • to stay young for longer
    • more fun and excitement in their lives
    • to get fitmobileflexiblestronger
    • to lose weight and/or get in shape
    • to have better muscle tone, control & coordination
    • to live a more balanced, healthy lifestyle
    • to feel great about themselves
    • to become more confidentextrovert and outgoing
    • to improve the quality of their social life
    • to learn this basic, essential, rewarding and fun life skill (and reap the benefits for the rest of your life)
    • to get actively involved in a sport activity
    • to meet people who have similar interests
    • to gain a toned, dancer’s body
    • to do show dancing
    • to make dancing their serious hobby
    • to study dance, music & movement
    • to increase their current understanding and ability of social, competitive & show dancing – all competence levels from beginner to advanced
    • to open your own dance studio and require a world-wide recognised dance system and syllabus
    • Movement Assistance

Staff Members of Private & Corporate Companies – team building (build your team’s morale & cohesiveness) & team items at various events (for a successful and memorable dance experience)

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