Updated: Jan 8
Hi, I'm Angela. I'm so glad you're here.
I love seeing new faces every week. It's always exciting!
If you're reading this, you've decided to come to dance with us!
Now, you're thinking: "What do I need to know before I start?"
Why not give it a shot if you're looking for something new?
You might find out that you love it. And if not, well… at least now you'll have tried something new!
No matter what happens, remember that we're all here to support each other and make sure everyone has fun—and at the end of the day, isn't that what matters most?
The most important thing about dancing is feeling good about yourself and your body. So take a moment to smile at yourself in the mirror and feel confident and beautiful!
Next up, let's talk about some dance fitness basics. The first thing we'll cover is posture, which is important because it helps us move with maximum efficiency and grace—even when we're working hard! So try keeping your shoulders back and down while you stand up straight with your chin tucked down slightly; it will help you maintain proper form throughout all your exercises.
Comfortable shoes and clothes also help.
Please arrive a few minutes early; then, I can meet you and give you some recommendations.
The way I teach and the cue is in front of you, mirroring, I always have eye contact with the participants in the class.
When you come for the first time, I recommend staying on the back line, following the first lines until you understand the dynamic and the rhythms, enjoying the music and good vibes, and not worrying about the steps.
After the class, I'll be there for you to give more details and explanations if you need them.
Now that we have that out of the way… let's get started!
I've been dancing since I was a kid, and it's my favorite thing in the world. But when I started teaching dance fitness classes, I realized that many people enjoy it because it can be fun!
Dancing is a great way to get in shape while having fun and making friends.
So if you've never tried it before, now's the time: come on in and meet the group and me.
I'll be waiting for you with open arms!