Class ability is a guide only, most classes are fairly mixed level.
Mondays - 7.15pm - 8.30pm Improver Level (class currently closed for Summer break)
West Totton Community Centre
Hazel Farm Road, Southampton
Tuesdays 1pm - 2pm Beginner / Easy Level (class running)
2.15pm - 3.45pm Improver Level (class running)
Barton on Sea Methodist Church Hall
Cliffe Road, Barton on Sea BH25 7PA
Tuesdays 7.15pm - 8.30pm Mixed Level (class running)
Lyndhurst Community Centre
Main Car Park, Lyndhurst SO43 7NY
What do I wear?
Casual clothing. It can get warm during the class so advisable to wear something that is fairly cool or loose fitting. All the venues I teach have facilities for water but do bring a cold drink along with you.
What shoes should I wear?
Line dancing involves quite a lot of twisting and turning. Wear flat or low-heeled shoes with little or no grip (i.e. not trainers). Wear shoes that have a strap or lace fastening (slip on shoes can come off when turning etc.).
How much are the classes?
What sort of music will I dance to?
Line dancing can be performed to any genre of music, but I am a big Country fan so the majority of the dances I teach are done to this music. I do use both older and more contemporary country music.
Do I need to have done line dancing before?
No. All classes are for beginner / easy intermediate level. New beginners will always be made to feel welcome and I encourage all of my members to welcome new beginners and help them with the dances.
Can I find the dances I learn on line?
I provide the name of the dances I teach and the choreographer. You can easily search this on-line either on Copperknob or YouTube