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Course Description

 

Classes will provide a structured method of learning various styles of movement in a fun and vibrant environment. Each class will incorporate dance combinations and styles that will not require a dance partner. This beginner class will be cha-cha, meringue, rumba, salsa, and samba steps. Dance instructor will help with coordination as well as music and rhythm.
Wellness benefits from dancing are numerous. Posture, balance, and coordination will be addressed. Social Ballroom Dancing can also improve cognitive functions and reduce brain atrophy in older adults who are at risk for Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia.

Notes

Instructor: James Heath

Location: St. James Place Retirement Community, Duplantier Auditorium

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English Proficiency Requirements

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