Soul/Latin Line Dance Workshop
Cynthia Dixon has been line dancing for 20 years; started out doing Country Line Dancing at Denim and Diamond in Manhattan, and numerous Country Line Dance Halls in Yonkers. Studied Soul and Latin dances at Stepping Out Studio, Dance on 2 and the Harlem YMCA.
If you do not know how to line dance, go take a line dance lesson in Co-op City Community Center, room 2, any Thursday evening at 7pm – 9pm. I promise you will leave with a smile on your face while dancing and singing a song back home.
Soul/Latin line dance steps are performed in a large spacious room with mirrors. Line Dance Lessons are conducted all year at the Co-op City Community Center. All of the rooms have central air condition and heat control.
Dancers have an opportunity to performed dances they've learned throughout the year at Nursing homes, Ballrooms and other venues spreading joy to others through the form of dance.
If you like to do Soul and Salsa dances and want to learn to line dance and keep in shape mentally, and physically, come join the Soul and Latin Line Dancers for Line dance Classes in Co-op City semi-monthly – the 1st and 3rd Tuesday, 135 Einstein Loop Community Center , Room 38 @ 6pm – 8pm or every Thursday, 177 Dreiser Loop Community Center, Room 2 @ 7pm - 9pm.
What can Line Dancing Lessons do for you?
- The first and foremost benefit of line dancing is the development of friendship with others.
- Line Dancing provides you with a dance outlet even when you do not have a partner. Today, it seems there is a line dance for just about any song you can think of, providing you with many opportunities to dance along with the music.
- Line Dancing can boost your memory, improve your flexibility, reduce stress, diminish depression, improve the health of your heart, and even help manage weight.
- Line Dancing will build your confidence – which grows from trying, failing and trying again until you get it. It’s the reward for not quitting.