EVERYBODY is born with 'two left feet'! That's why babies don't start walking the moment they're born - they must LEARN to walk just as adults must LEARN to dance. We get up, we stumble, we fall down, then we get up again and repeat the sequence until we stop falling down.
Dancing is the same.
It's highly unlikely you'll learn to dance or even start to feel comfortable dancing for several lessons, but if you just give up, saying you've got two left feet, then you're not the same determined person you were when you were born, so get with the plan!
Come and see us and learn what to do!
It's the most fun you'll ever have standing up!
The Over 50’s Ballroom Dancing Club was formed in 1991 after an inaugural meeting in December 1990. Since then, regular dances and events have been held throughout Perth and some parts of WA. Currently, the Club holds regular dances at Karrinyup and Cannington with between 100 and 135 people attending each venue every week.
Seniors Linedancing is targeted at the older people in the community, although all ages are welcome.
It is designed to give seniors an outlet where they can come for some gentle exercise without the stress of a full-on line dance class. The music is generally slower and the dance sequences are short and easy to give the most enjoyable effect, while still allowing our bodies and minds to get the exercise they need to maintain good health.
Our bodies thrive on movement and our minds similarly, thrive on thought. Linedancing gives our bodies the movement they need and our brains the exercise they need to stay supple.
Sessions are currently held on Tuesdays in Maylands, Wednesdays in Woodlands and Dalkeith and Fridays in Mosman Park. One off special sessions and workshops are held at other times during the week.
TASOCS United is a DrillDance club (you may remember DrillDance as good old fashioned Marching) we are recruiting for the 2018/2019 season with a view to increasing the number of members in our Masters Team.
Our youngest member is 45 and our oldest is 73.
If you are interested in joining this nationally accomplished team to learn DrillDance or to further develop your DrillDance skills then please contact Laurine Baggott on 0418 928 724 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Come and join us in embracing the DrillDance Australia concept and motto ‘In Time, In Teams’.
Youth Ballet WA is a Charitable Institution internationally recognised for innovation and excellence in the technical and artistic development of gifted young dancers. Established in 2004, YBWA has a history dating back to 1960, interwining with the Terri Charlesworth Ballet Centre.
Renowned as Western Australia’s leading youth dance company, Youth Ballet WA consists of over 100 of the countries leading young dancers. A vibrant and energetic group the company performs throughout the state showcasing a range of techniques from pure classical ballet through to traditional Spanish dance and modern contemporary. Youth Ballet WA inc is a not for profit organization that provides a launching pad for the careers of many successful dancers worldwide.