Are you dancing? Are you asking?

Have you always wanted to learn how to dance? Do you want to brush up or refine your dancing for a special event? Why not take this opportunity after a long 18 months of lockdown to put some fun and enjoyment in your life. If you already have a dance partner, bring him or her with you, if you don’t have a partner, come alone, or bring your friends. Group lessons are a great way to have fun and learn how to dance. In the classes you will learn the steps and moves that make you feel more confident on the floor and it’s never too late to start. “At Cork Dance Club, our philosophy is as simple as “A,B,C, D – Any Body Can Dance”. Everyone has the potential to be a dancer with the proper instruction and confidence. Learning to dance is no different from learning any other discipline. It may feel awkward at first, that’s to be expected. Eventually you will master the basics and be able to dance with full enjoyment without having to think about it. You will be able to just feel it and dance. The good news is learning to dance is always fun, even in the early stages,” says instructor Anne. Cork Dance Club’s lessons encompass many different styles including waltz, jive, quickstep, tango, cha cha cha, foxtrot, samba, rumba and lots more. Whether you want to learn to dance at your wedding, deb’s/grad’s ball or just because you’re looking for a new hobby this autumn you will find that learning how to ballroom dance will give you the confidence to do any of the above anywhere. “Here at Cork Dance Club we like to get to know all our students and regularly hold social events such as week-end dances, a Valentine’s Ball, week-ends away and an annual dance holiday in Spain where you can come and meet new people and show off your dancing skills” adds Anne

To coincide Strictly Come Dancing’s 2021 series, Cork Dance Club is commencing new introductory starters’ courses in the GAA Hall in Blarney on Thursday October 28th at 9.15 p.m. and in Ardscoil an Ghort Alainn Mayfield at 7pm “Our speciality is adult lessons and if you’re between the ages of 18 and 88 year old, you are welcome to explore the world of dance with us at Cork Dance Club, we believe it’s never too early or late to fall in love with dance.” To find out more about the Cork Dance Club visit www.corkdanceclub.com or call Anne at 087 2487696 or email corkdanceclub@gmail.com

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