Let me ask you a question..if you were to ask the a verage Joe on the street to define the act of social dancing, what do you think his or her a answer would be? Not a clue, huh? Well, that would be most people's answer I'm afraid. Webster's dictionary doesn't even have a clue as to what it's all about, either.According to them it isnt anything more but a lot of planned movements and gestures. Merriam-Webster, the same thing. To them it's not more than moving up or down in a very quick manner.
For a minute; has there ever been a time in your life when you were getting ready to start a new job were invited to a formal party gathering or even set up on a blind date and you were sooooo excited to go that you cohldnt contain the adrenalin running through your body.And then the big moment arrives when it comes time to start that job, go to that party or meet your blind date and then then you experience one of the worst moments in the time of your life....you hate it, it's boring and they
Everyday it seems when Im always checking email, my website and WA as well for new content, ideas and information and everyday, iI see the same things over and over again...how muchmoney do you want you make. What kind of business problems are you facing, so forth and so on. Seeing this kind of thing makes me wonder a lot of times where everyones priorities are...helping others, sharing knowledge and wisdom in order to better other peoples live's or ME ?!!i understand perfectly that everyone w
Social dance like a lot of other things in life. Is consistently changing. Studios change their staff, curriculum, prices and sometimes even their physical location. One of the biggest changes that has taken place over the last twenty years or so has been the emergence of the freelance dance teacher give new and older students alike a second option to further their dance education, the biggest difference between the two ( studio and freelance teacher) is the absence of a binding contract..it do
Hey, Everybody,Well, I'm still a rookie in training but I though now was as good a time as any to kind of introduce myself a give you a little backgriound into me, what I am about and where I want to go with WA.As I mentioned in my bio, I'm a native Texan, I am married, I have been studio taught and trained in the American style of Ballroom, Latin and Swing dance, having taught with Fred Astaire and Arthur Murray studios as well as several independents here in Texas. Dance and music are the two
Hi, Everybody,I just wanted to take a few minutes and kind of introduce myself to everyone. Just think of this first effort as an extended profile,lol.Since 1990 when I first started teaching Ballroom and Latin dance on a professional level, my passion and srive in life has been that of dance and music from an emotional and psychological standpoint. I know how it can change lives, increase one's confidence in life and bring about a whole new outlook for them mentally and of course on an emotion