Hello fellow dancers,
I have been reflecting on how I can contribute to the BIPOC community and support organizations dedicated to social justice and fostering social change in our world. I am going to give my time to teach dance lessons. I will be offering weekly virtual Zoom group classes, from July 16 – August 6. I only ask that you pay whatever you feel comfortable with (any amount is appreciated), and I will donate 50% to the Calgary Black Empowerment Fund. Also, for every person who attends my class at Dancing in the Park collab series in August I will donate 50% to Calgary Black Empowerment Fund.
I will be holding 2 separate classes starting Thursday July 16 - August 6.
6:30 - 7:25pm - Brand New Dancers
7:30 - 8:25pm - Experienced Dancers
To get more information or to register for any or all classes, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Help me to help work towards ending systemic racism!
What is West Coast Swing?
West Coast Swing (WCS) is one of the most popular partner dances in the country. It is a designed to work in narrow spaces, that derived from the Lindy Hop. WCS is danced to a wide array of music, this style is great for fans of R&B, blues and club music who want to do more than “bump & grind” on the dance floor. While the dance is challenging, we know how to make it accessible and easy to learn!
Dancing is a great way to get out, have fun, get some exercise and leave your problems behind. West Coast swing is one of the most versatile partner dances in existence because it can be danced to a wide variety of music, this means you can dance anywhere there is music including bars and lounges.
Most students who study once a week are encouraged to remain in that skill level for a minimum of one year.