Moves You Can Really Use Intensive 90 minute Workshop - Beginner-Intermediate

Regular price $98.00

One couple for our "Practical Dance Moves You Can Really Use" Workshop which meets on 4th Saturdays 2:30-4:00pm.  Starts 04-29-23.  The Training focuses on Practical but Exciting Dance Moves that you can really use when you want to dance.  These workshops teach versatile skills that are useful in many environments - Elegant or Sassy.  You'll learn solid Partnering Skills and Dancing that could make your friends say Wow!  Couples only.  You won't have to change partners here.

We recommend attending our regular 7:30pm Sunday Dance Classes and Practice Parties.   These Classes focus on basic skills for Social Dancing like Foxtrot, Waltz, and Swing Dancing.  One of these Classes is FREE with Purchase of this Workshop.

When you complete the purchase process, you will receive a receipt by e-mail and a copy will be sent to us for our records. When you arrive for the Classes just tell the receptionist you purchased a "Dance Moves You Can Really Use Package".  Plan to have fun and learn some good dancing.

Group Classes, Dance Parties and Private Lessons are at "West End Ballroom" at 2300 John Rolfe Pkwy in John Rolfe Commons Shopping Center with Wendy's and Publix. We're #2300 beside "Pediatric Center".

John Rolfe Pkwy now connects the Short Pump shopping area to Lauderdale Dr 1 mile from Patterson Ave.   From West Broad Street, it's across from "Target".  From Patterson Ave or Lauderdale Dr,  John Rolfe Pkwy is near "Tuckahoe Village Shopping Center"

From I-64 take exit 180a and drive south 1 mile to Ridgefield Pkwy. Turn right and drive 2.5 miles to John Rolfe Pkwy. Turn right on John Rolfe Pkwy then turn into John Rolfe Commons.

From Rt 288 exit on Patterson Ave (Rt 6) east toward Richmond and drive 2.5 miles to "Tuckahoe Village Shopping Center". Turn left on Lauderdale Dr and go 1 mile and turn right on John Rolfe Pkwy. Go 1 mile on John Rolfe Pkwy and after crossing Ridgefield Pkwy, turn left into "John Rolfe Commons".