That price is very high for a teacher with 5 years experience. I live in a highly populated area, and for that price you can get a college...
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Is it really that hard to refuse a dance? Just say "No, thank you" if the first dance was unpleasant.
your technique work should improve your leading skills, if not, maybe you should ask your teacher to focus more technique that does.
Go to "the clubs", take a video of the dance floor, then go back to your teachers.
It is very common for female pro or amateur dance host to lead at a studio social. It is common and accepted. On a cruise ship with those...
Dance host seem to be a requirement to get well attended socials in my area. Studio owners and lead pros are there, as well as some hired...
1-Dancing ability / Dancesportinfo rankings
4-Studio environment (people, not physical)
"let ourselves be talked into" ???
you did what you wanted to do. Freedom is expensive sometimes.
My observation of pro am women is as follows:
10% couples who both dance pro am
40% married women with non dancing husband
40% single women -...
How about when the remote newscaster nods her head during the satellite delay when questioned from the studio talking head? Is that taught in class?
More often than not, the teacher of a beginner class will mention technique. But really, how much can you internalize when you are still...
I suggest that you start with group lessons only. To gain familiarity with other social dancers, chose a studio in which also has well attended...
Amazing to see such a dominant pro-am elephant so afraid of the mouse.
Good manners do not equal phobia.
Get a dating life outside of the ballroom.
Keep politics out of your social media sites unless you are foolish enough to limit your friends by their politics.
Considering I know, or know about, all of your teachers, this is the only one I think might lose his cool.
Sitting on a phone listening to conference call music. Project Manager is always late, how's that for ironic?
yes, but more "old suburban professionals:)"
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