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Paul made our first wedding dance go seamlessly. He presented us with a superb routine, and made sure we were poised and confident! Thank you!
I am preparing for my son's wedding. I haven't done any dancing in years. Debi makes it fun to learn! She has patience and knows what she is doing. Highly recommend!
We worked with Lauren on some basic moves for our wedding first dance. The lesson we had with her made us much more comfortable and ready for the wedding!
We first met Betty when a friend of ours gifted us two free dance lessons leading up to our wedding. Betty worked with us to put together a swing dance routine for our first dance over the course of four one hour lessons. Neither of us had ever taken dance lessons before, but under Betty's guidance we learned the basics of swing and a routine that we really enjoyed and felt comfortable with. Everyone at the wedding really loved our dance, and for months afterward people were still telling us how impressed they were. We enjoyed our time with Betty so much that we have continued our lessons with her and have had fun learning new styles like hustle and cha cha. Betty is very kind and a wonderful teacher and dancer. Her passion for dance is apparent in the enthusiasm she brings to every lesson. We would highly recommend Kitchen Dancing to anyone looking to learn dance for their wedding or just for fun!
-Wedding dance (couples, mother, farther, bridal party) -Social dance (Ballroom, Latin, Swing, Salsa, Tango, and much more!) -Competitive Dance (Ranked the top in the nation) -Dance Parties (Both Friday AND Saturday nights) -DJ Services -Pole Fitness
I started taking lessons at The Dancing Feeling about six years ago expecting to learn some dance steps and get some exercise. Little did I know that very soon my whole life would change. The instructors were wonderful; so patient and encouraging. I soon went from a couple of group classes a week to private lessons as well; a perfect mix! The more I learned the more I wanted to learn. I then started competing which allowed for not only focusing on dance at a different level but also meeting lots of new friends and the opportunity to travel. The Dancing Feeling also offers a dance party each weekend where all levels of dancers are welcome. Whether you want to attend the dance parties, take group lessons, private lessons, compete, or any/all of the above, the Dancing Feeling offers it all! The friendships, experiences, and knowledge I have gained has been invaluable!
At Arthur Murray, we are celebrating our 100th year of teaching the world to dance! Whether you are preparing for a wedding, vacation, ballroom dance competition, or simply wanting to learn some basic social dancing skills, our certified staff will all help to get you to your goal. The added benefit is that ballroom dancing is an exercise that you will enjoy doing!
Affordable dance instruction for children, 18 months through adult. We have qualified professional instructors.
I am a college student looking to share my love of dance with other people. Dancing is my passion, and I cannot wait to have my own studio one day!
Wendy Jehlen is the creator of a movement approach called "wending." To "wend" is to travel and to find one's path. Wendy's unique approach combines influences from India, Brazil, West Africa, Japan, Italy, and the US to create a new language in dance. The work is grounded, athletic, and both physically and intellectually challenging. I teach both private lessons and group lessons to people of all levels of skill and experience and to people of all ages and abilities. I believe that movement is a language through which we can connect with others as well as our deeper selves.
Urbanity Dance, Inc. is a contemporary dance studio and professional dance company in Boston offering a range of dance lessons and performance opportunities. Our classes range from jazz, ballet, hip-hop, salsa, and ballroom for beginner through advanced students to fitness-based classes for the community, such as yoga, Pilates, and Zumba. Private and group lessons are available. We also offer "Shock the Reception" wedding dance packages, which have been a true hit! The twenty professional dancers are available for hire, and often model and dance at galas, fashion shows, and fundraisers. The company may be hired to supplement another performance as well, including dance recitals, community performances, informal showings, educational opportunities for kids and adults, and flash mobs.
I teach dance lessons to all types of age groups and show them how to be woman while seeing the fun and experience. In dancing, I started this program last August 1 and I am gonna keep fighting with my team to improve and make a difference.
Want to do more that the "Jr. High Sway" at your wedding? Scared of what might happen if you improvise? Call Nikki Sell at the Jeannette Neill Dance Studio! Nikki makes learning how to dance with the love of your life fun and simple. In fact, many of her couples said that learning how to dance was their favorite part of the wedding planning process. In about 4 to 6 lessons, you will learn the basics of dancing with a partner, and create a dance that suits your ability and personality. Don't leave it to chance; let Nikki make you look as flawless as Fred and Ginger!
Lucky Ten Studio has a friendly environment where both kids and adults can sing, dance, act and learn. From vocal to acting, from Hip Hop, to Jazz or Ballet, Lucky Ten young talent studio offers professional classes with award-winning instructors. It's a place to have fun while growing intellectually. We offer both private and group classes. Lucky Ten students have won several awards in competitions like Golden Voices of America, and have performed in world-renowned venues like Carnegie Hall.
When I started dancing, I was a complete newbie to both dance and music. I had never danced a single step in my life, had no idea what salsa music was like, and was in poor shape to boot. Over the years, salsa dancing has transformed my life and given me a tremendously positive outlet to pour my energy into. I want to share my love of dance with others, and also help provide them with the resources to further their own growth. To that end, I have a very technical and detailed approach to dance that came from my own trials and struggles as a complete beginner. When working with my students, I'm very attentive to their individual hiccups and strengths and try to focus on the latter while informing them about the former. I also never give up on a student! As long as they're willing, so am I.
Stephanie Morris graduated from Dean College with high honors with a BA in dance. While at Dean, Stephanie was a three-term president of the college dance team and a member of the college dance company. Stephanie studied with Sandi Duncan and Denise Jordan at Dance Productions where she was a member of their competitive dance team. Prior to her studies at Dance Productions, she dedicated 10 years studying at the Donna Miceli Dance Center where she was a member of the Kidsdance Co. I, II and a member of the Youth Dance Co. As a member of these companies, she performed in Disney World, on the WBZ Childrens Hospital Telethon, the WBZ KidsFair, participated in Company Dance with Paula Abdul, and at many local homecomings and fairs. Stephanie has also the pleasure of training with some of the top teachers and choreographers in the dance world, including Roseann Ridings, Nailah Bellinger, Adrienne Hawkins, Eva Von Gencsy, J.T Jenkins, Frank Hatchett, Joe Lanteri, and Sandi Duncan. Stephanie has been teaching and working with small children, teens and adults for over 10 years. She teaches creative movement, ballet, tap, jazz, modern, and lyrical. Her work and choreography won the 2009 American Dance Awards Diamond Choreographers Award, 2011 The Dance Xplosion Entertainment Award, the 2011 Xcalibur award and the 2013 Elite Dance Challenge Best Choreography Award. Along with her work at NRSB, Stephanie has taught at Northern Essex Community College, Mary OBrien School of Dance, Braintree Academy of Dance and Donna Miceli's Dance Center. Stephanie also does private lessons and competition choreography throughout Massachusetts.
Dancing is my passion! There is nothing I would rather do. Choreographing, performing, working backstage or just watching, my passion is your gain. I do it for fun, not money! You can take advantage of my 37 years of dance training for an extremely low price.
I give insightful personal attention to music and dance students seeking instruction. I work with carefully and kindly with those in need of remediation and updating of their math and English skills for school and/or work. I apply my knowledge of good grammar and my strong communicative skills to academic works seeking publication, in line with my own solid, ongoing publication record and that of my clients.
I'm a dancer, and I take classes as well because I believe that the more you learn, the better you get. There is no rush, as long as we're having fun, and you're learning .
There's a big reason why we'll be celebrating our 60th anniversary next year. We really care. We care about dance and teaching our students properly, of course, but we also care about our students and families. Come and see why people say, "There's no place like AMJ!"
We offer performances, lessons and workshops of belly dance, Zambra Mora (gipsy belly dance fusion), and performance of sevillanas - flamenco! The fusion of belly dance and flamenco that we know today is called Zambra Mora, after the flamenco music is developed by Sabicas. Zambra Mora has the same proud posture of flamenco, floreos (isolated wrists rotations), heavy travel steps and some characteristic turns. From Arabic dance, Zambra Mora borrows undulations, shimmies and hip and chest circles. Zambra Mora is a form of flamenco music with Middle Eastern melodies and rhythm, which is sung or played on guitar. Master guitarist Sabicas (1912-1990) is the one who gave its name to this form of flamenco music (from ancient Moors celebration) and made it popular and developed it. When the Gypsies began migrating to Spain, they were easily identified with the the Spanish Moors' Oriental dance style, incorporating some of their dance and music forms that could have been flamenco in its early phases and not yet fully defined. The Zambras of Granada united the persecuted Gypsies and Moriscos in dance and song during such tempestuous times in the country's history (think "Spanish Inquisition"). The Gypsies not just borrowed the title Zambra from the Moors by incorporating it into their Zambra Gitana, but presented the Zambra Por Moro with a earthy, pulsating rhythm quite similar to the Tarantos and Tangos. Of all the flamenco forms, it's the Zambra Mora which has the strongest Arabic feel. It isn't to be confused with the medieval sounding Zambra Granadína. Come to enjoy the dance of the air, belly dance, and the dance of the fire, Zambra Mora!