Having never tried line dancing before, my roommate and I sought out some Seattle Line Dance Instructions recently. The concept may be easy, but even in the beginner dances we found ourselves lost at moments. Now that we have a few classes under our belts though, I think that we are ready to go out and Line Dance at the Rockin’ Horse Dance Barn in Renton, WA.
Many people think that line dancing is only done to Country or Western music, but that is simply not the case. Line dancing is choreographed dance steps that people do while standing in lines and can be performed to a variety of music—from Top 40 to classical. Due to the nature of line dancing, you don’t need a partner and it is a great way to meet new people.
I want to Learn How to Dance in Seattle. Despite being an outgoing person, I’ve never danced a step in my life. Up until this point it hasn’t posed too much of a problem for me, but in the last couple of months I have been seeing a girl who grew up on the dance floor. Every weekend she tries to persuade me to come out dancing, and every weekend I have to devise another lame excuse to hide my fear.
I’ve finally decided to swallow my pride and endeavor to learn how to dance in Seattle. Luckily, I was able to find a place nearby my house in Renton that virtually always has a class going. This has allowed me to work the dance instruction into my schedule, and this weekend I think I may even test my skills at a real club.
Dance Your Way to Fitness. One problem that people run into when exercising is workout boredom. That cardio workout at the gym soon becomes a chore even though regular cardio exercise is vital for your health. That twice weekly visit to the gym to run on the treadmill or use the exercise machines very quickly lose their attraction.
By combining cardio exercise with the fun of dance is a great way to keep fit. So why not combine exercise with pleasure and join a Seattle-Renton dance instruction class? Any exercise becomes more effortless if you do it with other people and to a dance beat.