Lessons - Level 3 - It's about dance


Learn the secret of looking good on the dance floor.


2018/2019 Class Schedule


    This class is intended for those advancing from Level 2, or people who have more experience. You will improve your steps, learn new steps, and work on technique to further your dancing ability.


    Dates are subject to change due to conditions beyond the Club's control.


    To ensure better instruction, these classes will be limited in size to 20 couples. (singles welcomed)







    Woodland Heights Public School
    474 Springbank Drive
    London, Ontario

    Paul Brown

Sessions Schedule

Wednesdays from 7:00pm to 8:30pm.

Session 1: September 19, 2018 to December 5, 2018.

Session 2: January 9, 2019 to February 27, 2019.

Session 3: March 20, 2019 to May 8, 2019.

In each session, the instructors will teach various Ballroom and Latin dances.
Ballroom covers Foxtrot, Quickstep, Waltz, and Tango.

Latin covers Rumba, ChaCha, Jive, and Samba.



You can download the Registration Form and bring it along to the class with your payment.






Session 1: $300/couple or $150/person (12-weeks)

Session 2: $200/couple or $100/person (8 weeks)

Session 3: $200/couple or $100/person (8 weeks)








Requirements (Singles and Couples welcome):

1. Comfortable with material from previous levels.

2. Desire to improve your dancing.

3. An open mind and willingness to learn.


You should expect to learn:

1. Posture: Why it is important and how it affects your dancing.

2. Timing and Musicality: How to stay on time and why you can't.

What makes each dance different characteristically and musically.

3. Natural turning figures

4. Reverse turning figures

5. Entries and Exits: When and how to use them and why.

6. Connection points: How to use these to dance together as one dancer by avoiding blocking, pushing and pulling each other.

it will also help you to correct you own mistakes by understanding what causes them.

7. Amalgamations: Combing the steps you know to create new figures.

8. Men's and Women's jobs and why: What lead and follow really are and how we use them to become a better partnership.

9. Common Escape Movements: These improve your floor craft by teaching you the moves that help you navigate around the floor,

move around other dancers and avoid stopping or collisions.

10. Corrections for common errors: These are the ones that almost everyone makes and how they hold you back from imporoving.


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