Country Western Dancing for Beginners

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Arts & DIY

Note: This is a multi-session event series. By purchasing the event package, you acknowledge that you can attend all event dates included below.
Event Overview

Learn the Basics of Country Western Partner Dancing. In this class, you will learn all the rhythm patterns used in Denver clubs these days (Two-Step, Triple Step, and Double 2-Step). You'll be twirling and flowing around the floor in no time. The focus will be on footwork, leading and following, and having fun. The class runs 1-hour each week for 4 consecutive Tuesdays. Come back for FREE REPEATS.

Additional information through the links in teacher profile.

Signing up as a couple? Save $10 with this code at checkout: TENOFFCOUPLES
Only to be used when purchasing for two individuals for this course.

What to Bring

Come casual with comfortable shoes. Leather soles are best. No flip flops or sandals.

Minimum age

All ages welcome


No Prerequisites

What's Provided

Handouts available on website.

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Cathy Ewing

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Cathy Ewing has been teaching social Ballroom, Latin, Swing, and Country Western dance since 1984. She has been professionally trained as a dance instructor and continues her training with world-known pros through the BYU Ballroom Dance Program. She also has trained in martial arts (Tae Kwon Do, Woo Shoo, Aikido) and has a unique approach to teaching body mechanics, posture, balance, movement, and partnering.
Cathy and Company provides a unique approach to both the mental and physical and aspects of learning to dance with a partner. She has become known for her unique style of teaching social dance, partnering, and developing self-confidence in a fun, social atmosphere. Emphasis is on understanding the basic techniques and body mechanics, which apply to all social dance, while learning patterns, techniques, and styles specific to each dance.

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