Why is it men avoid the dance floor like it’s a forbidden fruit?
Attention you Blokes! Women Love Men That Dance, and check out why.
I just finished reading a great article and funny enough before I read the article I would often ask the question why don’t men dance much anymore. I know you are already shaking your melon and asking what is with the crazy obsession with dance in the first place? Couldn’t women just pick something more our style like a week away camping or watching footy? – Nah!
Dance “confidence” and how one simple habit will help one to be more prepared for any journey and new learning experience.
It’s not uncommon when people make the leap of faith for something new like learn to dance and when they head into a dance studio or dance community one can feel nervous or not up to the task. I would love a dollar for every person that came into the studio and said “go easy on me I have 2 left feet”.
I thought this was a great chance to elaborate more on the topic of why we get the very common question about videoing a dance class, performances, the annual ball as well as recitals.
After all everyone owns a personal mobile device like a phone, tablet or a camcorder, all willing to produce their own dance video, Right!. Before we answer this I will paste an actual question.
CHANNEL 10 isn’t the only ones cashing in on Dancing With The Stars, with a St Marys dance school preparing to tear up the dance floor for a kid’s charity.
For the past month professional dancers from Shane Keri Dance and local personalities have joined forces to put on a dancing exhibition in the name of raising funds for Kids Helpline.
Everyone knows what DWTS stands for, after all it’s a a Logie Award-winning, Australian reality show where the viewer can participate and vote their fave couple to the next round. Dancing with the Stars really puts on a great show, its fun, engaging, skilful with great music and dancing and the audience participation helps make this show even more popular because people love to get involved in the actual results.
The "Young Country Swing Thing" is a rare chance to learn True Blue American Country Dance, it's YOUR opportunity to learn how to look & feel confident on the dance floor! Bring a little romance to your dance & you Blokes, come out & learn how to...
Exciting news for Western Sydney music lovers, St Marys band Club is bringing Modern Jive Dance Lessons to the club starting January 14th
Calling all music lovers, Calling all music lovers Modern Jive dance night starting January 14th, 2019 at St Marys Band club. No matter if you love Rock n Roll music, Tops 40's, Blues, Soft Rock, we have something for you. Dance lessons starting at 7:30pm with a...
People often ask what is West Coast Swing? and then ask how is it different to Modern Jive? The simple answer if there is such a thing, West Coast Swing is an American swing partner dance with origins coming from Lindy Hop, Modern Jive is a...
~ Stretch & Sip Smoothie Brunch with Keri ~ Join Keri as she leads a non-impact floor stretch class which will step you through movements that can be modified for all levels - ultimately allowing you to stretch & strengthen your body in a gentle yet...
Today we want to investigate what it takes to move our dancing from merely basic patterns to a full on Mojo on the dance floor, you know dancing to and with the music at the same time I am dancing with my partner. To often we are preoccupied with simply trying to learn and dance cool patterns, which makes it feel like we are in a survival mode on the dance floor, no time to think as you get ready for the next pattern.